Hard work on the track and in the box on day two of Buriram test

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The second day of tests on the Thai Buriram track was a session of hard work in the Aprilia Racing Team Gresini garage. Between one outing and the next, much work was done, both installing new components and making setup changes.

On both sides of the garage, the direction to go seems to be quite clear. Scott Redding has identified braking as his biggest limitation at the moment.

The data collected so far will be analysed in the usual technical briefing at the end of the day and based on this, the moves for the final test session tomorrow will be decided.

Scott did his best performance of the day with a time of 1’31.637 on the twentieth of the 63 total laps he turned.

SCOTT REDDING
“We worked a lot on the 2018 bike today, testing new components like a swingarm and the front forks. We managed to improve, but there are some aspects where we can grow. I am losing in braking. I am unable to slow the bike down the way I’d like to and that is evident when we compare the data with Aleix. We are doing a lot of tests and that explains the long stops in the garage between one outing and the next. The goal is to put together a package with the solutions that prove to work the best for me.”