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@donR . I think it's easily understood that track conditions vary from time to time. He is closer to the front in overall lap time and pace. Another thing is that in last years maylasia test he lapped closer to the front than he did for the majority of the rest of the season. I expect his consistency to be a lot better on the M1 so I don't think he will be bouncing around from .7-2.0 sec off pace. He will keep whatever the gap is more consistently.