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Erstwhile MotoGP championship leader Fabio Quartararo admits he is worried about the Suzuki threat in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Misano as he thinks the GSX-RR is "perfect".
Joan Mir put on a late charge for the podium in last weekend's San Marino GP at the same circuit, overhauling Yamaha's Valentino Rossi on the last lap to claim third, while Alex Rins was close to the rostrum in fifth.
Emilia Romagna MotoGP: Binder edges Nakagami in tight FP2 at Misano
Brad Binder led Takaaki Nakagami in the second MotoGP practice for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in a session in which the top five were split by just 0.071 seconds .KTM endured a tough San Marino GP one week ago, though managed to make a step forward in Tuesday's test, with three KTMs occupying provisional Q2 spots after Friday's practices.Yamaha took control of the timesheets in the early stages of FP2, with Valentino Rossi on the factory team bike with a 1m33.128s. FP1 pacesetter Fabio Quartararo guided his Petronas SRT M1 to a 1m32.672s to demote Rossi, though this was soon usurped by Miguel Oliveira on the Tech3 KTM.
This followed on from a second-place finish in the Austrian GP, while Mir was on course for victory in the Styria race before it was red-flagged - the Spaniard ultimately ending up fourth as a result of a lack of a fresh front tyre for the restart.
Suzuki impressed at Red Bull Ring, with its traction off corners preventing it from being swallowed up on the straights by Ducatis and Hondas.
With the second Misano round expected to be much tighter than last weekend, where, his team-mate Quartararo expressed concerns about the threat Suzuki poses to Yamaha.
"I'm worried because they are fast in the straight, they are fast in acceleration to overtake people, they are so fast," Quartararo said.
Emilia Romagna MotoGP: Quartararo leads Petronas SRT 1-2 in opening practice
Fabio Quartararo led a Petronas SRT 1-2 in a tight first practice session for the inaugural MotoGP Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Misano .For the third time this season, MotoGP returns to the same circuit for a second grand prix, which also follows on from a one-day test on Tuesday.San Marino GP race winner Franco Morbidelli set the early pace on his Petronas SRT Yamaha with a 1m33.194s, before KTM's Pol Espargaro moved into top spot with a 1m32.390s.
"I'm worried because both riders are very fast.
"Mir is in full confidence, so it's not easy for us because we are spread in this area and I think right now overall the bike is the perfect bike.
"Overall from the chassis, engine power, I think is really great, handling [also]."
Mir brushed off Quartararo's assessment, noting that Yamaha "is getting pole positions, and the winner of the last race was one Yamaha".
"I didn't know [if] Fabio rode my bike," the Suzuki rider joked.
"It's really nice to hear someone that knows my bike better than me.
"What can I say, of course the bike of the other people is better than the one you are using for sure.
"At the moment, the one that is getting pole positions is him and the winner of the last race was one Yamaha.
"So, I don't know if I have to answer that question.
"Yes, for sure, I feel great and for sure we have a great package.
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"Now, I feel good with the bike, I think we are in a good level. I'm ready to fight with these guys for sure."
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It was a huge day for Catalan Grand Prinx winner Fabio Quartararo, who now once again leads the MotoGP standings.Petronas Yamaha rider Quartararo took the chequered flag for the third time in 2020, while former riders' standings leader Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati) crashed out on lap one having started way back in 17th and Maverick Vinales stumbled to ninth.