FP1 pace setter Marc Marquez headed much of this 45-minute session, beating his standard from the dawn having a 1m39.812s before improving into your 1m39.497s.
However, the Honda rider chose not to equip a fresh tender back tyre for its closing stages, also slipped back as Cal Crutchlow after which Miller equally conquer his time.
Crutchlow (LCR Honda) jumped into the peak of the time sheets using a 1m39.346s having four minutes left on the clock, but minutes later that was exceeded by Pramac Ducati man Miller’s 1m39.190s.
Dovizioso then eclipsed Miller – the only rider to wreck using an early low-side at Flip 1-3 – with a 1m39.181s campaign before the chequered flag came out.
Maverick Vinales leapt as much as third party to the best of the Yamahas, beating Crutchlow to third place by a single thousandth of another.
Two Yamahas round out the top ten, using Fabio Quartararo (Petronas SRT) falling only 0.012s in short supply of Vinales and a tenth quicker than Valentino Rossi over the 2nd works bike.
Aprilia riders Andrea Iannone and Aleix Espargaro took 11th and 12th ahead of Danilo Petrucci, who had been 0.559s slower compared to his Ducati teammate Dovizioso.
Pol Espargaro led KTM’s efforts in 16th after a lurid excursion through the gravel in the very start of this session, a place ahead of Johann Zarco.
Jorge Lorenzo endured another session to overlook the 2nd Repsol Honda, managing only 21st place with a time 0.978s off the pace. Hafizh Syahrin (Tech 3 KTM) was the only rider slower than the three-time highest class winner.
Times to follow