The three days of testing for Aprilia, Kawasaki, Ducati and Suzuki at the Motorland circuit are over. If Leon Camier was the first to attack leading the timesheets on the first day, from the second he was Tom sykes who, as is customary, became with the best time. A time of 1'57.6”has allowed him to become the fastest Aragón rider.
Carlos Checa, on the other hand, he remains in a seventh place that knows little, although he has managed to be a second faster than his teammate, Davide Guigliano. Also, El Toro broke the engine of the Ducati 1199 Panigale RS on the Motorland straight spraying the oil asphalt. A thorny start for Althea Racing who are trying to push forward a bike that they have disappointed in British Superbikes. CamierDespite being dropped from that lead, he was positively surprised by the performance of the Suzuki GSX-R1000 prepared by Yoshimura.
But do not be pessimistic, there is a lot of time and in Borgo Panigale they know that Troy Bayliss already smashed the odd stopwatch aboard the Panigale. We will have to wait to see if we are dealing with a sheep in a wolf costume.
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