Bradl Continues His Adaptation To RCV At Sepang Track
Sepang, 1 Feb: second day of testing at Sepang race track got underway from 10am till 6pm on a typically sweltering Malaysian daywith MotoGP teams and riders continuing the fine tuning of 1000cc prototypes. Today reigning premier class champion Stoner topped the timesheet on 2’00.895 after yesterday’s back problem followed by Yamaha duo Spies and Lorenzo.
Better track conditions led to a more productive day for LCR rider Stefan Bradl who circulated the 5.548Km race track 41 times occupying the 11th spot at the end of the day (2’02.414). The reigning Moto2 champion focused his efforts on setting up the new RC213V shaving a further 1.2s from his yesterdays’ lap time.
Stefan – 2’02.414: “Today has been a full day of work for me and the guys. We made some good steps forward including in our TO DO list suspension regulations, chassis geometry adjustments and some electronics. I found the bike easier to ride and my fastest lap time came early in the morning and I was very pleased with that”.