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The weather is not so good? True, but according to the forecast showers today, soaking tomorrow and a good chance of it staying dry on sunday. If that comes true then this will work very much to the advantage of the riders who tested at Aragon on a dry track. They will have a setup for race day while the teams who stayed away will not.
Of course given that Ducati are running a new chassis and swingarm it's unlikely that even if they had tested at Aragon their setup data would be much use.
It worked in their favour at Misano and will probably work against them at Argaon. Those are the breaks.