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Ducati Team testing at Jerez conditioned by bad weather

Ducati Team testing at Jerez conditioned by bad weather

Two days of testing planned by the Ducati Team at the Jerez de la Frontera circuit in Andalusia, Spain concluded on Wednesday afternoon earlier than scheduled.

Wednesday’s changeable weather conditions, following overnight rain, did not allow the track to dry out completely, and as a result the riders and the team were unable to take full advantage of the time available in preparation for the Spanish Grand Prix, which will be held on this circuit from 2 to 4 May.
Neither Crutchlow and Dovizioso, who yesterday afternoon were also involved in shooting a promotional video, recorded significant lap times in the two days, but they were able to confirm to Borgo Panigale engineers that the “full-factory” electronics fitted to their Desmosedici GP14 machines after the Qatar GP were working correctly.
The next appointment for the Ducati Team will be the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas, the second round of the MotoGP™ World Championship, which will be held next week from 11 to 13 April at the COTA circuit in Austin, Texas.

MotoGP, 2014, Cal Crutchlow, Andrea Dovizioso

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