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2017 Sepang Moto3 FP1: The Champion Sets The Pace

Newly crowned Moto3 champion Joan Mir grabbed the top time in the first practice Friday at the Sepang curcuit in Malaysia with a 2’13.129 lap with two minutes left in the session. Adam Norrodin, in his home race, set the second-best time at the session’s end. The Malaysian bumped Livio Loi to third. Loi, who remains without a contract for 2018, briefly led the dry session. Romano Fenati, who won in Motegi three weeks ago, took fourth, just in front of Enea Bastinini (5th), completing a Honda sweep of the top five slots.   

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