First to speak was ‘DesmoDovi', fresh from a visit to the Royal Andalusian Equestrian School - and that's where the Italian started.
"It was fun, really nice! But I was very close to the horses and it was a bit scary! The pictures are really nice though," he said. And then it was back to the racing:
"Last year our speed in the race was really good, but this year the asphalt is different, so it'll affect everybody a lot. Let's see if it'll affect in a positive or negative way."
Important for Rossi
Next up was Rossi, the man with a stunning record in Jerez and the winner most recently in 2016. Since then, it has been a tougher track for Yamaha, and the Italian notes how important the weekend will be.
"It'll be very important for understanding if we're stronger and faster, if we've improved the bike because last year was a very difficult weekend and I wasn't so fast, my speed wasn't enough."
Rins in focus
The atmosphere for Rins then, after his first premier class win in Austin, must have been a good one over the past two weeks. And he affirms it was, but he is already reset to try and do it again - this time on home turf.
"It was incredible and unbelievable to get my first win in MotoGP in Austin, I got my first win in Moto2 and Moto3 there so I'm quite happy, these two weeks were incredible but after the race I was thinking about the next one in Jerez. I'm excited to start with the new tarmac and we'll see how it's going."
Marquez moves on
After Rins came Marquez, the man who was leading that Americas GP before disaster hit and he slid out of contention. But, much like Rins, the reigning champion has moved on to Jerez - the first home race of the season.
"The important thing is me and my team understand why I crashed. Now we need to focus on Jerez, try to keep the same level because I feel really good with the bike. I've felt good since Qatar, so it's important to continue like this."