With weather conditions more favourable than initially expected, the two riders could complete a hundred laps in dry conditions over the course of the two days. As the rain made its appearance this afternoon, the team continued its on-track work by trying different set-up options for these type of conditions. Giugliano and Magnoni successfully tested new fairings and different electronic strategies, which have led to some improvements for the overall package.
The team will now return to its Dutch headquarters to analyse the data gathered at this test in order to be ready for the German WorldSBK round.
First of all, I would like to thank Michele Magnoni and Davide Giugliano for their professionalism and their availability to help us with the development work. The team continues to develop the bike one small step at a time. We can verify that Davide Giugliano is back on good form and his vast experience with production-based motorcycles was really useful to get a better understanding of the current level of the team’s Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade SP2. Davide surely deserves to be considered among the number of riders who could race alongside Stefan Bradl in the remaining rounds of the season.