MotoGP » Aragon MotoGP test times - Wednesday


Lap times at the end of Wednesday's private MotoGP test at Aragon, Spain.

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Bilbo46

June 19, 2013 6:00 PM

"Rossi told MCN 2day was 1 of best since back at Yamaha. Big progress with front-end so more confident in braking and corner entry. Rossi said he could have easily got into 48s but started raining when he went for the time attack.Rossi really happy and now looking forward to Assen 2 see if set-up works there. Confident this change can help bring him closer 2 front"

R6Ryder

June 19, 2013 8:25 PM

As he said it started raining before he could so a time attack . Rossi uses the tests to test. We have no idea what they were trying to do. A 1 off lap is never a good indication of pace anyways. Look at how many riders outqualify rossi yet end up with a slower race lap. Cal has out qualified him every race but only had a faster race lap at a couple tracks. And I'm sure rossi would have had a top 2 lap at Mugello. Point being, the 1 fastest lap in a test doesn't mean as much as a rider stating they have improved feeling on the bike.

Valentinoshrihith

June 24, 2013 7:24 AM

Cal should get factory bike...... Well if he deserves he will Get it.... But at the moment he is already happy with his tech3 i think he should be more focussed on race bcoz that's what count..means that he is not focussed but more on what he is now focussing.....

everyone says that factory bike is faster than tech3 but i say bike is always same only thing is to adopt it correctly.....

but happy for rossi that his braking issue has been solved.....
HOPE rossi will fight wid jl,dp...in assen....

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