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Pedro always starts the weekend steady and then builds - he will be front row for Saturday's race IMO, so the fact that VR is ahead (or Cal) means little right now - esp. as the pace isn't uber-fast yet.
So far, VR's quali performances in terms of time off pole haven't really been that much better than his Ducati times, which has to be a concern and something VR must be vv keen to do something about
So - not too much to be gleaned from this session, although the fact that the recent 'norm' of JL & CC being quicker than VR in practice and quali hasn't been addressed (at least yet) by Rossi's set-up 'breakthrough'. VR is a racer more than a qualifier tho agreed, and its early yet, so we'll have to wait and see.