Preparations for the inaugural Moto2 season continue gather speed after a selection of teams travelled to Spain to conduct further testing at Almeria.

Although poor weather hampered progress on day one, better conditions on the second day allowed the runners to get some decent track time.

Topping the timesheets after two days was Karel Abraham, the Czech rider putting further miles on the FTR M210 as the manufacturer continued to show its pace to potential customers.

"We'll now get to work on the final 2010 plans and conclude the ongoing negotiations with teams interested in racing the M210 in the World and Spanish Championships and other events that we've received enquiries about," said FTR director Steve Bones, who revealed that six grand prix teams after interested in the running the M210.

Also on track were Stefan Bradl and Vladimir Leonov, who rode Suter MMX bikes for the Viessmann Kiefer Racing team, the pair separated by three tenths, but proving almost three seconds slower than Abraham.

Elsewhere, Promoracing pair Joan Olive and Kenny Noyes continued work on the Promo-Harris bike, while the Pons Kalex machine was ridden by Axel Pons, Sergio Gadea and Scott Redding.