The New Yorker, whose team-mate Josh Brookes is sunning his pods in Australia, matched lap times set by previous TAS Racing riders at the track, said the team, meaning Ian Lowry.
“The weather was great at Kirkistown and for me, the test went beyond good, for sure. We made a lot of progress with the chassis and worked on how I like the bike to respond," said Jacobsen.
"At the very end we did a race simulation and I was on lap record pace on virtually every single lap. There’s always a benefit to testing and I’m now glad we sat out the Snetterton test as we achieved a lot more at Kirkistown.”
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