Ducati just finished a good 3 day testing of a new aluminum frame for their next season MotoGP bike. Expert Filippo Preziosi and Ducati test rider Franco Preziosija Battaini along with Valentino Rossi sat down and discussed about the performance of the aluminum chassis at the Aragon GP and further made changes to the chassis.

Ducati did not reveal any information as to how the test went. The only feedback that they provided was on their twitter feed where they said the test was much better than anticipated. This gives a possibility that the new framework could soon be incorporated into the GP11.1. Its been a tough season for Ducati this year at MotoGP and maybe the new chassis changes can give Rossi the extra edge to finish the season with much better performance.