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Here is an interesting Filippo Preziosi's observation about Valentino:
So there is a way to be fast, and sometimes people who have no experience of a top level MotoGP bike are in better condition to understand the bike.
So the fact that Karel (Abraham) has the same lap time as Valentino for me means something. So we have to find a way to have a bike that is easier to understand from the beginning for people who have lengthy experience of other bikes.
What is unbelievable is his way of doing the Test, and how positive (Rossi) is. On day one I was surprised at how clinical Rossi was with every detail, but on day two I was really astonished at how he is positive and calm. It's very strange for someone who is such a winner but has a bad Test. Maybe this is the reason he won nine world titles!