Day by day the Colombian rider's team worked on the bikes geometry and the new Dorna / Mangneti Marelli electronics to get more tire life.
Andrea Iannone - Pramac Racing - has worked intensely having to work both on development on the still fresh GP14 and on tire life.
Even Yonny Hernandez - Energy T.I. Pramac Racing - took on the three days with a series of "long -runs" on his GP13 Open. Day by day the Colombian rider's team worked on the bikes geometry and the new Dorna / Mangneti Marelli electronics to get more tire life.
From the first day of pre-season testing Yonny's team has managed to improve constantly making hope well for the 2014 world championship. His best lap time was 1'56''056 and he completed a total of 146 laps over the three days!
Andrea Iannone - Pramac Racing: "Today was another good day , we managed to improve our lap time even if in this test it was not our goal. We focused on understanding how to be consistent in the race. We were able to figure out some little important things to improve our pace. The guys have more material so they can work at home already before the first round. I'm satisfied we have done a lot of work that has brought us the results. I thank all the guys who have worked hard for these three days. I also thank Ducati for being here for me and iI thank all of those who work from home. "
Yonny Hernandez - Energy T.I. Pramac Racing: "I am happy to have finished the winter tests in a positive way, I was able to improve little by little every day. I'm happy with the team, that has worked well with me. I now have a good feeling with the bike, we were able to do a good job for the tire life. I can't wait to get to the real thing and do the race! I thank all the team and the chief mechanic for the job well done. "