Feb 17, 2013
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Ducati Team development test concludes at Jerez
Three days of private testing concluded today for Ducati at the Jerez de la Frontera circuit in Spain. The riders present at Jerez for the Italian factory were Pramac Racingâ€™s Andrea Iannone, whom it was decided to send late last week in order to provide further development input for the Ducati Desmosedici GP13 bike, together with test-rider Michele Pirro.
During the three days, several new components on the chassis side of the â€˜laboratoryâ€™ bike were tested successfully and everything went according to expectations. In addition the riders tested some different electronic strategies and they also went according to plan, leaving the team satisfied with the outcome. The success of both of these solutions indicate that the Ducati Team is working in the right direction, in what is just the first phase of its development programme for this year.
The next appointment for the Ducati Team and Pramac Racing Team riders will be next week in Sepang (Malaysia) at the second round of IRTA-organized pre-season tests, scheduled for February 26-28.