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It seems that 2006 will be more than interesting in both MotoGP and WSBK (especialy for Ducati). Let's hope they continue doing so well.

Below is taken from Crash.net and SOUP

Troy Bayliss (Ducati Xerox) continued his fantastic run of testing form in his return to World SBK by posting a best first day time of 1'34.9 at Valencia. Favourable track and weather conditions contributed to every rider's opening day performance, but Bayliss was in a class of his own, turning in a time only 0.267 seconds from the absolute Valencia SBK? best. Bayliss's team-mate, Lorenzo Lanzi, scored fourth quickest time, with a 1'36.8. None of the top riders were issued Pirelli qualifying tyres on the first day.

Bayliss Ducati Xerox 1.34''9
Toseland Winston Ten Kate Honda 1.35''8
Muggeridge Winston Ten Kate Honda 1.36''1
Lanzi Ducati Xerox 1.36''8
Abe Yamaha France 1.36''9
Clementi Team Pedercini 1.37''2
Rolfo Team Ducati SC Caracchi 1.37''5
Neukirchner Team Pedercini 1.37''5
Pedercini Team Pedercini 1.37''9
Borciani Sterilgarda Berik
Foret Team Alstare Suzuki Corona Extra 1.38''7

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Yeah, keep up the pace boys. Ducati is improving in all venues. Bostrum is happy with his ride too. There were glimmers of hope last year, some one is doing something right over at Ducati. I hope Hodgeson brings it on this year.
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