“Yeah it’s been tough so far (at Misano), last weekend was really, really tough for all of us. The test was also really difficult for me, I struggled to find that little bit extra that I needed. But the second exit in FP2 we made some changes and I felt way more comfortable on the bike, and it’s the first time I’ve actually been able to actually stop. It helped a lot, hats off to the guys for sorting that one out. So let’s see, the bike worked great but I only did two fast laps so let’s check tomorrow. FP3 will give us an opportunity to go out and give us an opportunity to do a race simulation, and see where we’re really at,” said Binder.