Friday was a weird one. Normally, I'd be talking about who was fast (Pedrosa), who was not (Rossi), and the implications of the new chassis being used in MotoGP and Moto2, but instead, Friday at Motorland Aragon was all about transformers, UPSes, backup systems and the complex electronics that control them.
Power started going at around lunchtime, the lights and power in the media center cycling on and off continuously for a couple of minutes, before cutting out entirely. It immediately became clear that it was not just the media center, however, as teams came streaming out of garages both into pit lane and out of the rear for a communal gathering to try to figure out what had happened. Power came back after lunch for a short period, allowing the 125cc class to run their FP2 session, before going out again directly after that. There then followed a period of about an hour in which journalists wandered round looking quizzically at each other, while harried members of the Motorland Aragon staff rushed around trying to figure out what was going on.