Jack Miller (Alma Pramac Racing) had an impressive day on track, including a lot of time spent working on different setups that “seemed to work better and better” every time they made a change.
He was fastest for a brief time in the afternoon, and ended the day in P7 overall after 57 laps, the best of which was a 1:38.207.
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“We did a really good test. We have tried many different set ups and things on the bike working also on ergonomics,” said Miller.
“There are a lot of experiments and a lot of work to be done but the feelings are very positive. I am really satisfied with the way things went in the first two tests.”
His rookie teammate Francesco Bagnaia, meanwhile, made for close company and was the quickest of the new kids on the grid.
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The Pramac duo were split by Andrea Dovizioso but ‘Pecco’ was only just over a tenth off Miller and the Italian debutant did 50 laps, just working on getting experience – especially on used tyres.