The outing started off dry but then by the end of the 45 minutes it was raining in all sectors of the track.
Guintoli’s team-mate Eugene Laverty was one of the three riders to clock a lap time. He only went around the Istanbul Park track three times, and ended the session with his best lap of 2’28.857.
Red Devils new rider, former MotoGP contender Toni Elias also braved the slippery track. He also braved the slippery track, but completed six laps, and his best time was a 2’19.839.
But it was wild card rider, Yunus Ercelik who was the fastest in the final practice session this morning. The racer set a 2’10.144 and completed more laps than any other rider, a total of nine.
As the track was wet, the main title contender’s of Guintoli, Kawasaki’s Tom Sykes, and GoldBet BMW’s Marco Melandri did not leave their garages. But all the riders yesterday made it into Superpole, and no one out paced the best time set by Guintoli yesterday of a 1’56.190.