Spanish riders lockout the front row in drama filled qualifying session
The Yamaha Factory Team got off to a good start in Friday practice for the Gran Premio bwin de España
Andrea Dovizioso was tenth-best in the first session, and although he improved his time by .060 seconds in the afternoon, it was only good enough for twelfth overall.
Overall, it was a successful day and a good starting point for the work to come in qualifying tomorrow and in Sunday’s race.
The twenty-four riders contending this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix will next be on track for Free Practice 3 tomorrow.
American forced to sit out Spanish round due to chest and back injuries
Reigning World Champion Jorge Lorenzo had kicked off the Jerez test as the fastest man before spending the next two days working on honing his skill at delivering unbeatable pace over distance.
Monster Yamaha Tech 3 rider surges to the front ahead of Rossi and Bradl
Rossi leads teammate Jorge Lorenzo and satellite Yamaha rider Cal Crutchlow
Black clouds, heavy rains and a waterlogged track hampered testing efforts.
Pramac Racing Team: Final official 2013 pre-season test held in Jerez de la Frontera marked by bad weather.