Chris Vermeulen continues to undergo a process of adaptation to MotoGP, this week testing in Sepang. The Suzuki MotoGP rider has benefited from the noticeable improvements made to the GSV-R in Sepang, adjustments evidently helping teammate John Hopkins achieve excellent times.
The Australian spoke to motogp.com and evaluated his progression and the long process of adapting to the prototype´s characteristics. He also explained the reasons for not going out in the wet earlier today.
We went out last time it rained, and the guys need to rebuild an engine at the moment so we thought we´d give it a miss. Tomorrow will probably be a late start due to the wetness of the track”
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