“The first day I felt very comfortable in wet. I think we made good lap times, taking into account that we did not want to risk and have a crash, and you know that in water you can improve lap by lap depending on how much you want to risk, so I am happy.
“Yesterday, the only day in dry conditions, I rode very well in the morning and later we made several changes on the bike that did not give the expected results. It is also true that
“I am not used to training so much and at the end of the day I do not have enough concentration to keep trying things and to be able to define. But it is a matter of time and getting the required pace.
“Today [day three] it has rained again and we have not been able to progress in the dry, but I am happy about how we are doing and I want to return to Jerez
– hopefully without rain - to finish the work in the last test before Qatar.”