So, two tests down and I think we're still none the wiser as to which bike is likely to perform the best at round one. Perhaps the two tests have raised more questions than answers? Maverick Vinales was very quick at Phillip Island, and it would be great to see Suzuki challenging for podiums once again. Will Pedrosa finally shake off his 'most successful rider to never win the top class GP championship' tag? I don't think he will. I'd go so far as to suggest that if he wasn't SPanish he'd have been dropped by Repsol Honda a long long time ago. Will the Marquez/Rossi/Lorenzo shenanigans of late 2015 continue into this season? Too early to tell, but I think there will be some 'hard' overtakes this year between those three if they happen to share the same section of the track. Will honda tone down their search for epic horsepower in order to make the thing ridable? And will they get their head around the electronics quickly enough (my thoughts are no, and probably) What of the Ducatis? Well everyone seems to be going quick on Ducatis...except for the factory riders! This could, just maybe, be an even closer season than last year...well, until a wheel turns at Qatar anyway!