Finally, we’ll turn our attentions to Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha SRT). After stringing together a marvellous race run in FP2, Quartararo also looked in good shape during FP4. The Frenchman comfortable lapped in the mid-1:32s on used tyres, the best in said run was a 1:32.295. Judging from FP4 and FP4 alone, El Diablo’s pace isn’t quite as impressive as Mir’s, for example. However, if Quartararo doesn’t face the troubles that hit him last Sunday, you can be sure he’s going to be challenging for his third victory of 2020.