FB Corse has announced that it will conduct its second MotoGP test at Misano during the last week of April, after flu for Garry McCoy delayed the team's testing schedule.
As such, the new outfit - which needs to complete a race simulation witnessed by officials from Dorna/FIM before it will be allowed onto the premier-class grid - looks unlikely to make its planned MotoGP debut at Jerez from April 31-May 2.
'While the doctors have forced McCoy to rest, the staff of Oral Engineering has continued their own work, developing the bike, thanks also to the simulator, static and dynamics, possible in the [dyno],” said a team statement.
'In the factory, has been done a small technical service of the three cylinder, working on the base done by the team in Valencia, during the last month. For the next test, the team will have new transmission and the electronic management for the FB01, that will make its debut in Santamonica.'