FP4 Portimao analysis: 10th winner on the cards?

Can we really see a 10th different rider stand on the top step of the podium come Sunday afternoon at the Grande Premio MEO de Portugal? If Oliveira wins, then of course we won’t see a 10th winner. The Tech3 star finished P2 in FP4, his best lap time was a 1:40.184 set on the hard-front hard-rear Michelin tyres. But how is the German’s race pace looking, and could he really be in contention to become the 10th winner?. It may not look as good as Pol Espargaro’s, but Bradl’s pace – judging from FP4 alone – looks just as good as a lot of the riders around him. He set his fastest lap of the session on 13-lap old medium-front hard-rear tyres, a 1:40.608, and his final lap of the session on 16-lap old tyres was a 1:40.830.

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