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Quotest: Sepang MotoGP test…

“Unfortunately, we need time to try something big” - Team-mate Andrea Dovizioso knows new parts won't appear overnight.

“I got some sleeping issues this night so I had to start a little bit later...” - Stefan Bradl makes a late start on day two.

"Hopefully we can get what they've got now, but whether it's going to happen, I really don't know" - Cal Crutchlow has his fingers crossed that some factory parts will be sent Tech 3's way.

“I'm really happy. You always aim high, but to finish as the second CRT is well above expectation. We're coming good, and still improving every time we go out on track. It's perfect!" – PBM's Michael Laverty finishes as second-quickest CRT on the final day of his MotoGP test debut.

"In this moment it's impossible to go fast. Too much chatter" - Hector Barbera getting bad vibrations from his Avintia FTR-Kawasaki.

"What's the next question?" - Forward Racing's Colin Edwards on the below par performance of the new standard ECU package.





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Bernie - Unregistered

February 11, 2013 9:02 AM

@Guna I think you and many other Rossi fans are somehow STILL underestimating the reigning world champ. Lorenzo is the man to beat, no to ways about it.

e - Unregistered

February 11, 2013 9:22 AM

No Rossi or Stoner agenda here. But when last years multiple podium finisher (on a satellite bike) does this badly on the Ducati it speaks volumes about how off the pace the bike is. Andrea must be cursing his luck but with such a crappy factory representation in motogp where else was he to go beside a factory ducati, a satellite ducati or a CRT? Motogp is letting down talented riders by not having enough fast factory bikes to compete. It is a 4 bike championship, Ped, Maq, Lor, Ros.



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