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MotoGP Workshop: Setting up for Aragón

MotoGP Workshop: Setting up for Aragón

Just how does a MotoGP team go about preparing their machine to race on a new track? Find out here with Fiat Yamaha’s Wilco Zeelenberg and Félix Rodriguez of the Pramac Racing team.

The Gran Premio A-Style de Aragón this weekend offers up a whole new challenge for the premier class as each individual team and rider prepares to race on a track they have no experience of on board their prototype machines.

In this motogp.com video feature Wilco Zeelenberg, Team Manager for Jorge Lorenzo at Fiat Yamaha, and Félix Rodriguez, Team Coordinator for Pramac Racing, explain how they have been getting ready for Round 13 at the Spanish venue.

Lorenzo, Aleix Espargaró and Mika Kallio have all ridden production bikes on the track in a bid to learn the layout, and both Zeelenberg and Rodriguez discuss how they have combined that information with their own research and experience of other circuits to prepare as best as possible for this weekend’s GP.

Watch the attached video to gain an insight into their planning methods.

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MotoGP, 2010, GRAN PREMIO A-STYLE DE ARAGON, Pramac Racing Team, Fiat Yamaha Team

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