Jonas Folger Monster Yamaha Tech 3
The German made a stunning debut in the premiere class, finishing his first test on a Motogp machine as fastest rookie. Struggling in Moto2 for the second half of 2016, his result came as a shock to the paddock but bodes well for him and the Tech 3 team.
Johann Zarco Monster Yamaha Tech 3
The reigning Moto2 world champion was never going to be slow on a Grand Prix machine, and, aided by a twoday test for Suzuki at Motegi over the summer break, he quickly got up to speed on the bike to finish only 0.012 off his team-mate Folger.
Alex Rins Team Suzuki
It was a difficult introduction for Alex Rins, after a crash on Wednesday morning saw him smash into an unprotected tyre wall. Suffering two damaged vertebrae in the fall, he looks set to miss out on next week’s second test for the team at Jerez.
Francesco Bagnaia Pull & Bear Aspar Ducati
The Moto3 race winner will be stepping up to Moto2 and not Motogp in 2017, but still got the chance to jump on Yonny Hernandez’s Ducati for 10 laps after winning a bet with his team boss. And the young Italian impressed, getting up to speed quickly.
Zarco didn’t have too much trouble adapting
Injured Rins will be out of action at Jerez
Bagnaia had a rapid outing on the Ducati