After taking part in Monday's official post-race MotoGP test in Catalunya, Ducati will remain at the Spanish circuit for a further two days.

Factory race riders Cal Crutchlow and Andrea Dovizioso, plus development rider Michele Pirro, will be on track alongside their main rivals on the Monday.

However only Pirro, who is competing as a wild-card this weekend, will then continue for further private testing on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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"It's good to do this second race on the run at Barcelona, which is a track that I like and I hope to find the conditions that will enable us to carry out our work," said Pirro, who finished eleventh last time out at Mugello.

"I will also be staying behind for three more days next week, so we'll use the race weekend to establish a good basis and then continue the work over the next three days."

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Nothing against Michele Pirro, but instead of two more test days with him I would rather see only one more test day with both Dovi & Crutchlow

Not much point in testing without some new parts.
Otherwise just more confirmation that the thing corners like a barge. I think everyone is fully aware of that by now.