Windy but satisfying Aragon

After hitting the track for the first time in Jerez at the end of January, the team headed to Aragón looking to improve their knowledge of the bike and work on their set-up. Strong winds on Wednesday hampered running for all of the pit lane, but the team were able to get out on track and work on configuring the bike.

Karel Abraham Karel Abraham

“Wednesday was difficult because the wind was so strong, but we did some really good work in the garage on my bike’s rear suspension and the electronics. We got some good laps in on Thursday and used what we learnt. I had a small technical issue in the afternoon, but we fixed it quickly and got some more set-up work done. It was a shame we couldn’t do as many quick laps as we wanted to, but it was still a very useful test. I found out lots about my riding style, and how to make the bike work for me. Now I’m really looking forward to Phillip Island; it’s a track I like, and the final test will be really important for us.”