SUMMARY: In only his second flying lap on the second day of testing in Malaysia, Team Kawasaki Racing’s new star Garry McCoy slashed more than one and a half seconds from his previous best time aboard the new Kawasaki Ninja ZX-RR MotoGP prototype. His rapid progress with a new and stronger swingarm came to a halt when a tropical downpour soaked the track. McCoy went out again in the afternoon but was slowed once again, this time with an oil pressure problem caused by some mysterious residue in the oil system of his machine. In order to make the best out of the waiting time while his mechanics performed an engine change, McCoy completed the day with a few laps aboard the bike of Andrew Pitt.
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