s-ar putea ca cei de la Yamaha sa mearga cu doua configuratii diferite pentru fiecare pilot. ar fii o varianta, dar in cazul asta ar trebui sa le dea si la aia de la Tech3 cate una sa aibe cu se sa compare rezultatele ceea ce nu prea vor sa faca.
Vinales : "The 2016 is better for corner speed. I feel more turning and it's easier for me. Let's see. We have to decide which way is the easiest to be fast."
When it was pointed out that Johann Zarco feels rear grip is the weak point of the 2017 chassis he has been using at the Valencia Test - although exactly which spec of 2017 chassis is unclear - Vinales responded:
"There are different riding styles and riders have different feelings on the bike, so it's difficult to compare."
And what if Vinales and team-mate Valentino Rossi want to go in different directions with the 2018 M1?
"It's difficult [if] we take different ways. What I said, I'm going to try to take my own way and to have the best for my riding style. Let's see if in Malaysia we can confirm more things and we can be even better than here.
"The first day here was not so bad, I was quite happy and feeling good. Today was a totally different day. So it's difficult to take a decision right now. But it's true that for my riding style the bike I had last year, in this test, felt great. Let's see if in Malaysia we can have two good days."
Given Movistar Yamaha's rain woes this season, Vinales is also hoping for at least one day of bad weather during their private Sepang test, just before the December 1 test ban.