The mood in the paddock is casual, with riders and teams free to wander in the open without being mobbed by journalists and fans, but as yesterday's testing activities drew to a close there was definite tension in the pits. The Factory Yamahas of Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi found themselves off the pace of their rivals at Repsol Honda on the time sheets; 1.4 and 2.4 seconds, respectively, behind MotoGP rookie Marc Marquez. In the afternoon, activity cooled in the Honda pit, but Yamaha efforts never relented until the 6pm close of the track. Lorenzo and Rossi brought their times down before the end of the day, but surely not close enough. Especially Rossi, who starts the second day of the test 1.9 seconds adrift of Marquez, while Lorenzo ended day one 0.6 seconds slower.