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Rain fell throughout the second of three days MotoGP testing at the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia, meaning there wasn’t much in the way of action out on the Spanish track. With two new arrivals in the CWM LCR Honda Team still finding their feet on their new motorcycles there wasn’t too much to be gained from lapping in the chilly and wet conditions.

Australian rookie Jack Miller only made his first laps on board his new Honda RC213V-RS yesterday, so he and the team decided it was best to avoid the chance of any mishaps. Instead they worked in the garage through the information they had gathered on Monday.

Forecasts for Valencia are for more showers for tomorrow’s final day of tests, but with the chance of a brighter afternoon Miller will hope to be able to make further progress in his adaptation to the new machine.

Jack Miller #43 (No time set)

“Today was quite a boring day really, we didn’t get to do any laps. I’ve only done one day on the bike so far and we have lots more tests to come so we don’t need to take any risks going out in the wet conditions just yet. I spent most of the day looking through the data from yesterday to get a better idea of how things went in the dry conditions.”

Credit: CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team

Credit: CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team

Credit: CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team

Credit: CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team

Credit: CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team

Credit: CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team

Credit: CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team

Credit: CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team

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Myanna Wedes

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