Jorge Navarro and John McPhee lead the Moto2 and Moto3 sessions as half the Moto2 field sit out of FP3.
Jorge Navarro takes the top Moto2 spot in the FP3 session as 12 riders sit out of the session, Navarro led Stefano Manzi to P2 as Polish rider Piotr Biesiekirski takes third place, an incredibly impressive result from the replacement rider on the NTS.
Thomas Luthi took fourth place ahead of Malaysian rider Kasma Daniel in P5 who looks to impress with Malaysian riders historically doing well in wet conditions.
Marcel Schotter was able to finish in sixth place ahead of 2019 CEV Moto2 champion Edgar Pons who is looking for a 2021 ride.
Lorenzo Baldassarri took eighth place ahead of Simone Corsi on the MV Agusta.
Hafizh Syahrin rounded off the top 10, another fast Malaysian in the wet.
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John McPhee takes the top spot in the Moto3 FP3 session, leading Sky VR46 Moto3 rider and title contender Celestino Vietti in P2. Ai Ogura, another title contender finishes the session in P3 overall.
Other Sky VR46 rider Andrea Migno took the fourth spot, the session dominated with VR46 Academy riders as Niccolo Antonelli also finished in P5.
Riccardo Rossi was the surprise of the session, the rider finishing in P6 on the RBA bike, a bike typically finishing in the bottom 5. Title leader Albert Arenas was the seventh-placed rider with 2019 Red Bull Rookies champion Carlos Tatay in P8.
Tatsuki Suzuki and Raul Fernandez were the riders who rounded off the top 10.
Hats off to Barry Baltus in P13 also.
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