The Kent man tested at the Norfolk circuit last week and although he ended the day third fastest and only a tenth bhind title challenger Alex Lowes, he said it could have been better.
“The test there did not quite go to plan – I like the track, like the bike but we struggled a little bit with things to try as there were so many red flags and it was difficult to get into a rhythm," said Byrne, speaking ahead of the weekend.
"So, it wasn’t ideal but the team have gone through all of the data and can see where I was not happy and they can rectify it. That means we can go back for the races in a fair shape and I don’t go anywhere to finish second. I’m not worried about being third fastest in the test, the job was to test new stuff and we worked through our programme.”
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