Pramac’s Johann Zarco has ended FP4 on top of the timesheets in the German GP, with qualifying now moments away.
With the race runs complete in the final practice session of the weekend, there’s a good indication of who could be where in tomorrow’s German GP.
Zarco’s 1m21.397s lap put him fastest ahead of French compatriot Fabio Quartararo in second, Miguel Oliveira finished third.
Jack Miller had an issue with his Ducati just 12 minutes into the session, but was able to head back out on track and end up fourth ahead of Marc Marquez and Aleix Espargaro.
Alex Marquez had the first and only crash of the session at Turn 1 with eight minutes remaining, the Spaniard looks strong this weekend however, ending seventh in FP4 with Pol Espargaro and Joan Mir behind.
Franco Morbidelli rounded off the top-ten, with Brad Binder progressively getting quicker this weekend with an 11th place finish ahead of Maverick Vinales.
Taka Nakagami ended up 13th, with Valentino Rossi and Alex Rins 14th and 15th.
Iker Lecuona ended FP4 as the fastest Tech3 bike in 16th ahead of Lorenzo Savadori, Jorge Martin put his Pramac in 18th.
Enea Bastianini and Danilo Petrucci rounded out the top-20.
Pecco Bagnaia and Luca Marini ended as the final two riders in 21st and 22nd.
Qualifying for the German GP is about to get underway, who do you think will start on pole? Be sure to let us know!