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Post-season unofficial testing times [Tuesday] at Portimao, Portugal.

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NumberXIII - Unregistered

October 19, 2011 3:02 AM

It seems like Eugene is clicking with the aprilia faster than Melandri and the beemer..I hope Melandri doesn't do a Rossi with the beemer..I don't think him and his crew can transform the beemer,i hope he proves me wrong though.

Aho - Unregistered

October 19, 2011 3:06 AM

Haga is not there again. He's not given any chance of testing this year (no news parts from the factory). Hope he gets the same bike as EL or MB. I don't think he's done yet.

Ben1

October 19, 2011 7:06 AM

Anyone can tell me Berger only test for Liberty racing, or he will be riding for them next year? What about McCormick? (If I remember well, he also tested last year, that time an Aprilia).
And why some riders not testing, like Biaggi, Checa etc.? Is there some regulation about the test days, like in MotoGP, so they want to save some?

As for Eugene: I am not surprised too, he is very impressing about debuting. He won his first test with Yamaha, lead his first ever SBK laps in Phillip Island, now won his first test with Aprilia. Wouldn't be surprised if he takes a podium at the first race of 2012.

Cheshirecat1

October 19, 2011 8:02 AM

The old adage says 'If it's looks right it is right' and Eugene does look right on that bike. Biaggi will be demanding more trick parts as we speak. I can just imagine the conversation " Heh Gigi, donta forget who's da Italian in this'a team!".

Eurgene will be up against it with that bunch.

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