The final part of MotoGP's latest triple-header takes place at the Catalunya circuit near Barcelona, and if the 2020 season hasn't been hard enough to read into, Friday at the Catalan Grand Prix looks the most complicated so far.
The day was dictated by a lack of grip on track - something more noticeable for the riders given the seven days they spent at the newly-resurfaced Misano. KTM's Pol Espargaro described conditions, particularly when the asphalt was at its greenest in FP1, as like "rain conditions in the dry". This also seemingly created a big drop-off in grip with Michelin's tyres.
Strong winds all day also complicated matters, cooling tyres and causing a number of crashes - with Suzuki's Joan Mir, Friday pacesetter Franco Morbidelli on the Petronas SRT Yamaha, Avintia's Johann Zarco, Tech3's Iker Lecuona (twice) and Honda's Stefan Bradl all suffering front-end tumbles.