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For me the surprise was Terol... but it is valencia and he seems to like this place so Jerez maybe a better indicator to see if that performance transfers over to some consistencies at other tracks. I think Redding will be fine, most fans focus on that one flying lap that puts them on top of the time sheet but just like Lorenzo, who did not top the test in Sepang but scared the rest with his ultra consistent race pace (15 laps to 1 for the rest). I believe Redding led most the sessions... but was displaced by the sngle fast lappers...so he will be good. Not saying he will win the title just saying he will be more competitive.



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