The final preseason MotoGP test finally came to an end. The bikes will remain in the garages until the opening round of the 2016 MotoGP season that will take place on the same circuit under the floodlights on March 20. This year, there were nine days of official testing for the MotoGP-class riders, first in Malaysia at Sepang, Australia at Phillip Island, and then Qatar. There is no more time to make drastic changes to the machines. The first race will determine the first verdict, but the final test confirmed that Yamaha is still the bike to beat, Honda is struggling more than expected, Ducati made a good step forward, the Suzuki–Vinales was the true revelation of winter testing–is very competitive, while Aprilia debuted its new prototype, but there is still a long development work to do.