Testing at Jerez has wrapped up completely, with the final day once again plagued by heavy rain, cold temperatures and high winds. A slight improvement at the end of the day saw the two MV Agusta World Supersport bikes get a little closer to a normal lap time, though both Lorenzo Zanetti and Jules Cluzel were still 4 seconds slower than they were on Wednesday, when the bikes were out on a dry track. Nothing can be read into the times of the World Superbike riders, however, as neither Jonathan Rea, Leon Camier nor Tom Sykes completed more than ten laps, and most of their track time was focused on starts.
Ducati's MotoGP team were also present on the final day, but no reports of their times will emerge, as they were testing the new Michelin tires. Under the terms agreed by Bridgestone when they announced that they would be withdrawing as single tire supplier to MotoGP, the factories are not allowed to comment on the Michelin tires until next year, when the first full year of testing starts ahead of the switch to Michelin in 2016.
Times from Friday:
|1||26||Lorenzo Zanetti||MV Agusta F3 675||WSS||1:47.444|
|2||16||Jules Cluzel||MV Agusta F3 675||WSS||1:47.669||0.225||0.225|
|3||65||Jonathan Rea||Kawasaki ZX-10R||WSBK||1:52.616||5.172||4.947|
|4||102||Fabio Massei||Ducati 1199R||STK1000||1:52.954||5.510||0.338|
|5||2||Leon Camier||MV Agusta F4RR||WSBK||1:54.195||6.751||1.241|
|6||103||Tony Covena||Ducati 1199R||STK1000||1:58.058||10.614||3.863|
|7||66||Tom Sykes||Kawasaki ZX-10R||WSBK||2:28.317||40.873||30.259|