Vinales returns to Misano after making his official Aprilia MotoGP debut last weekend in Aragon, where he already has some experience with the bike, having done a two-day test there prior to his Aragon debut. 

After a downpour drenched the final portions of FP1 and the remainder of FP2, Vinales was speedy from the start in the rain-soaked FP1 and eventually achieved the best dry time of the day. 

Vinales used the FP2 session to assess the RS-GP in wet circumstances for the first time, and said he had "excellent input" from the bike, despite previously struggling in the rain on the Yamaha.

“Overall, we've had a positive experience, but we don't have any concerns about our position or performance, like we did in Alcaniz," Vinales added. "We understand that we must concentrate on our feelings, particularly the learning process that we are undergoing, and that we must continue to learn." 

"The group, as well as the group with me." So, we must continue to comprehend a variety of issues, but it is advantageous to be in the lead, as this is obvious. It makes you feel lot more relaxed and at ease since you believe you have the upper hand. But, whatever it takes right now, we must maintain a high level of calm and establish a strong foundation.

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Given the behavior of the V4-powered Aprilia and the inline-four-powered Yamaha into the bends, one of the major areas Vinales thought he needed to improve following the Aragon weekend was corner-entry. 

Vinales believes his corner-entry has considerably improved after being able to lap quicker than he did in the Misano test. 

When asked if he felt better on corner-entry at Misano on Friday, he replied, "Yeah, I felt much more so," adding, "But I believe Alcaniz was a little bit everything." "First race, first mileage on a race weekend on a challenging track."

"And then here in Misano, we've done a few laps, I've learned a lot more, and I'm already faster than I was in the test." As a result, it implies we did it and took a step ahead. This, in my opinion, is today's positive point."