Monster Yamaha's Bradley Smith will move the setup of his satellite YZR-M1 away from what Andrea Dovizioso used in 2012 and edge closer to the setting's current team-mate Cal Crutchlow employs.
Although the Oxfordshire youngster is still to find a base setting, he has seen how Crutchlow, Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo ride the M1 and knows how he should be addressing the bike.
"I'm still searching for a base setting but we have it clear the direction we need to move in with the bike and that's to move away from what Andrea Dovizioso used and make the bike more like how Cal has his," said Smith.
"I'm gradually getting more comfortable and at this test I've followed Cal, Jorge and Valentino to get a really understanding of how the Yamaha needs to be ridden. Now I'm really looking forward to going to Qatar. I'd have preferred to have done a few more dry laps in testing but I am confident and optimistic that I can start the season with a strong result.”