The Australian, who missed the opening day with a back problem, managed a best time of one minute 59.607 seconds.
"It's been a good test. We only managed two out of three days but the weather has been good to us and we've been able to do what we planned."
Honda team-mate Dani Pedrosa was third, with Britain's Cal Crutchlow seventh.
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