Suzuki has completed two days of private testing at Aragon, during which Aleix Espargaro and Maverick Vi?ales 'finalised electronics' for the new GSX-RR engines that debuted so successfully in Barcelona.

Both riders also tried a new fairing, some different set-ups to better suit the new power delivery, plus general preparations for the grand prix to be held at the circuit in September.

"Here in Aragon we've had a positive test that has given us important feedback: After the introduction of the new engine specs we needed to finalise the electronics and improve the behaviour of the frame and suspension to be even more competitive," said team manager Davide Brivio.

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"Both riders did a great amount of work over these past two days and our engineers have had important feedback to work on. The result we had in Barcelona - first and second in qualifying, with Vi?ales in sixth place after the race - is a push for all of us to put even more effort in because we see that some positive results are coming.

"We have still a lot to do to get closer to the top teams; therefore we need to exploit all the chances that we have to test and try new things. I think we are doing a good job and we look positively to the next race in Assen."

No lap times were released by the team.

The Dutch TT takes place at the end of this month.