New Power Electronics Aspar signing Yonny Hernandez is finding his groove with the new MotoGP control ECU 'more and more' following the final test of 2015 at Jerez in Spain.
The Colombian carried on the team's development work with the Ducati GP14.2 on his own after team-mate Eugene Laverty was ruled out following a crash on the second day of the test.
And Hernandez, who has only spent five days in total with his new team following the end of the season, was more than satisfied with the consistency of his laps times.
“We worked a lot with the electronics set-up again, focusing on traction control. We increased the power as the day went on and I am liking it more and more,” Hernandez said.
“That led me to be improving my lap times progressively. The aim was to work hard, learn and find the limit of the tyres, but above all we had to be cautious and avoid crashes. I felt very comfortable with new tyres.
“The feeling has been fantastic over these past three days, so I leave Jerez with a good taste in my mouth,” he added.
“I am looking forward to continuing working in Malaysia, but we will have to wait a little while for that.”
The winter testing ban comes into effect on December 1 and runs until February, when the official MotoGP tests at Sepang will take place.