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GP Week : Issue 146
Double World Champion Casey Stoner has hit out against riders who say there is too little opportunity for testing, describing the wet middle day at Jerez as “a waste of time”, and responding with typical acerbity when asked if he wanted more testing before the opening round at Qatar. “Hell no,” he said. “I’m over the testing. “One test is enough to test what we need to. The more tests you have the further you can keep going. You can always say you just need one more test before the first race, but it never ends. You always need that one more test ... so I think it’s better to have less tests,” he continued. “As you go racing you figure things out a lot quicker anyway. We’ve got 18 races, so I think that’s enough time to find out what you need.” “Too much TesTing doesn’T help” – sToner Lower fuel consumption Increased power output Less engine wear Improved cold-start ability In depth Formula 1 coverage at 13 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: MOTOGP >>> news