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Former MotoGP rider Sete Gibernau has cut his third test with Ducati at Mugello short after a crash this afternoon. The Spaniard had been lapping at record pace using qualifying tyres when he tipped off and decided not to ride again tomorrow.
"It has been great trying again a qualifying tyres after almost two years," said a smiling Gibernau. "But the most important thing is that the feeling with the bike in race trim was perfect almost straight away.

"Despite the crash it has been a very positive test. I wish to thank again Ducati for the chance of riding again the MotoGP. We will see together whether and how there will be the chance to continue our cooperation. Today I have experience again the 'thrill' of a crash and... I'm fine.

"I have decided together with Filippo not to ride tomorrow just because we are satisfied already with the good job we did in two days."
Gibernau managed to put in a 1'48s lap on qualifiers and ran around at the same pace as Casey Stoner's times as the track on race rubber.


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