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Miller: "We still have a job to do tomorrow"

Miller: 'We still have a job to do tomorrow'

CWM LCR Honda’s Crutchlow & Miller both struggled with grip on day 2 at Sepang.

Jack Miller #43, 21st (2’01.968 lap 65 of 65): “Finally, I can say I’m a little bit happier today. We made some progress with the bike and it’s becoming more and more comfortable to ride a MotoGP bike. Towards the end of the day we made some bigger steps, but we still have a job to do tomorrow because I’m still not at the level I would like to be. Nonetheless, I think we can be happy with how things stand after today.”

Cal Crutchlow #35, 8th (2’00.333, lap 61 of 61): “Today was better in terms of lap time, and I’m much happier with our pace on a new tyre. I still believe we can improve a lot, but I think the track condition wasn’t the best today, albeit it’s the same for everybody. I think we did well in the situation and we improved with every run. We understand the bike a lot more now, and I am looking forward to tomorrow’s final day of testing on Bridgestone tyres to see if we can find a better setting for the Qatar test and subsequent race. There is still something to find in corner entry, but I’m happy enough after today’s performance.”

MotoGP, 2015, SEPANG MOTOGP™ OFFICIAL TEST, Cal Crutchlow, Jack Miller, LCR Honda

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