'I feel good about the race. We've got some more work to do on the chassis and acceleration power but I feel we're making progress,' he said.
Rainey, who finished fourth in yesterday's initial practice session, is attempting to win his fourth successive world championship. However, Schwantz, who won at Mugello last year and finished in second place after yesterday's practice is 19 points ahead going into the race.
The duel between the two Americans has been the focal point of the season with the pair winning seven of the eight races held so far.Reuse content