Jonathan Rea was also happy with the teams progress. "We‰Ûªve made some really good steps here and our test rider, Michele Magnoni, did a really good job over the first couple of days, especially on Wednesday when it was really windy." Rea said.
"I rode with some new strategies that he was developing and I‰Ûªm happy to be able to ride more aggressively on longer runs. The speed over one lap was good, too, but I was more satisfied with the longer runs. We also tried a lot of chassis settings, varying pivot points and things, and the bike is definitely steering better on tighter lines."
They will stay in Spain this weekend and move further south to Circuito de Jerez for another three-day test which starts next Monday.
Round two of the World Superbike championship will also take place in Spain, at Motorland Aragon on 11-13 April.
Main Photo: Jonathan Rea
Photos Credit: Jon Jessop Photography.