"We are quite satisfied with this test", Lüthi said. "Valencia is not my favorite track and seventh position is not bad. We were able to test many things on our schedule at Valencia, even losing a day. But we still have a lot of work to do."Lüthi´s lap times were constantly in the top 10 at this first official IRTA test and, thanks to the good weather over the first two days, the Interwetten team went through a number of different options.Terrell Thien, team manager was satisfied with the work of his crew. "It went very well and I cannot complain about the results and the work we did in Valencia," he said at the end of the last test day. "Of course the weather wasn’t very favourable on the third day, but we already finished a lot of things in the first two days. The team works very well together and I am happy about that."
The Interwetten Moriwaki Moto2 team heads now to Jerez de la Frontera/Spain for the next official test that will take place from 6-8 March.