Date of publication: 2018-06-04 21:30
"Tomorrow we'll try to continue in the same way, because along with Lorenzo, Rossi and Vinales, we're all at a very similar level.
From pole position, Rossi finished third behind factory Ducati pair Jorge Lorenzo and Andrea Dovizioso on his home track after coming out on top in a battle against Suzuki rider Andrea Iannone in the closing laps.
"The work to do is a lot. We try to make a lot of things but it is a long work that becomes longer because of my physical condition.”
"Iannone didn't give up and the last laps were very strong, but at the end I arrive on the podium, [which] was my target, I'm happy."
Honda riders filled the top three places in both wet and dry conditions on Friday, with Rossi particular concerned by the RCVs form in the wet.
"But we have the small worry that we can suffer here like in Jerez, and it's very strange that in the two races that last year I won this year are the worst two. So we were a bit worried and during the weekend we try a lot of different things but unfortunately we were never fast enough, and today the race was very, very difficult.
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