Speedcorner.net – Valentino Rossi closed the first day of free practice at Silverstone with a good feeling. The second half in the morning, although only eighth in FP2 but with a number of electronic updates on Yamaha M1 can increase acceleration.
It was very positive for Rossi who wanted to maintain second place in the standings.
After the Misano test, Yamaha has taken a step forward regarding electronics with the Magneti Marelli ECU.
“We work a little on electronic acceleration and it looks like we have taken a step forward. I think this is important to us”. Rossi said as quoted from Corsedimoto.
They also asked Michelle Gadda, the Superbike team technical coordinator, to ask for help. Although it is not completely resolved, but progress is already there.
“Unfortunately, Michele is not here with us because he has been responsible for the Superbike team, but we have worked together in the last period. Looks like we are starting to walk the right way. The road is long and there is still a lot of work, but today I found something better and even Maverick said the same thing, so that’s positive “.