Published on November 14th, 2012 | by Charlotte0
MOTOGP SECOND DAY OF TESTING AT ARAGON AND VALENCIA
Valentino Rossi and Yamaha have moved from Valencia today at Aragon, but this was not enough to avoid the rain that has raged on throughout Spain. So, the second day of testing of MotoGP team for the season 2013 is proving to be substantially interim, and it is certainly difficult to draw all ratings indicative of what we have seen so far. Indeed, Valentino Rossi the day is proving to be worse than the previous: yesterday in Valencia champion Tavullia was able to put together at least 28 laps (about the distance of a Grand Prix), but today the search for the good weather in Alcaniz was stop the rain and the nine-time World Champion made one lap before returning to the pits. The teammate and world champion Jorge Lorenzo, however, has put together nine steps, but there is also to say that yesterday he preferred not to leave even the pits of Valencia.
Yamaha therefore it was not enough to move from Valencia in Aragon (about 300 km away) to allow Valentino Rossi to test his new M1 in terms of dry asphalt. At about 11.45 am, was the new world champion Lorenzo to show up first on the circuit. Then it was the turn of ‘Doctor’, but after one lap he was forced to return to the pits. At this point, beyond what might happen at the end of the afternoon, for the first strikes “realistic” have to wait for the tests in February.