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I compared some times from Sepang test day 3, and both Rossi and Stoner are about 2.8-2.9 seconds slower in FP1 and Pedrosa 2.1 seconds slower than the test time where both he and Stoner went under 2 min.
So, if we compare relative times the Ducati still hasn't improved given Rossi had his injured shoulder to deal with during the test and an injured finger during FP1.