Maverick Vinales continued his good form on day-one of the Dutch MotoGP after finishing a mixed condition FP2 session quickest from Miguel Oliveira

The Monster Energy Yamaha rider was quickest during the opening 20 minutes, which ultimately turned out to be the only dry running of the afternoon session.

Shortly before the heavy rain arrived - which led to a 15 minute period void of MotoGP machines on track, German GP winner Marc Marquez suffered a huge highside at turn 10 after the rear of his Repsol Honda caught too much traction and launched him over the handlebars. 

Marquez was able to slowly walk away from the crash, while team-mate and second fastest overall on day-one, Pol Espargaro came undone at turn 5 just moments later. 

Many of the riders chose to head back out during the final moments and get a feel for the wet track, however, Marquez was not one of them as he remained in pit lane along with factory Ducati riders Jack Miller and Francesco Bagnaia

Third fastest in the session - fourth for the day was Fabio Quartararo, while Marquez’ early lap time was good enough for fourth (FP2) - fifth overall. 

Joan Mir had a better afternoon session as he finished fifth quickest. Johann Zarco managed to split the two Ecstar Suzuki bikes with sixth place - Alex Rins seventh. 

Rounding out the FP2 top ten was Miller in eighth, Aleix Espargaro ninth and brother Pol in tenth. 

Garrett Gerloff finished 21st but was one of the quickest riders in the wet, which could be good news for the American with Sunday’s forecast suggesting similar conditions will be in play for the race.