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Bradl expects to be 100% for Valencia

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Stefan Bradl is confident of returning to full health for the season-closing Grand Prix of Valencia, having ridden to fifth place in Japan on Sunday despite suffering pain. read more »

Bradl declared fit to return to racing at Motegi

Thursday, 1, January 1970

LCR Honda’s Stefan Bradl has arrived at the Motegi circuit for the last of the three flyaway races and following a medical check on Thursday the 23-year-old has been declared fit for the Japanese round. 

Bradl frustrated but hopeful for Japan

Thursday, 1, January 1970

After fracturing his right ankle in a highly unfortunate FP4 crash at Sepang last weekend LCR Honda’s Stefan Bradl tried to ride at Phillip Island on Friday but was declared unfit after FP1.  

Bradl declared fit for opening practice

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Stefan Bradl has been given the all clear to take part in opening practice for the Tissot Australian Grand Prix. Following that opening period on Friday, the German – who suffered a fractured ankle in Malaysia – will be further assessed in order to decide whether or not he will be able to continue with the Phillip Island weekend.

Bradl has successful surgery in Malaysia

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Following the unlucky incident during the final free practice session for the Malaysian GP, which left LCR Honda MotoGP rider Stefan Bradl nursing a fractured right ankle, the German rider has undergone a successful surgical procedure at the Kuala Lumpur Sports Medicine Centre on Saturday evening.  

Bradl on sidelines with fractured ankle

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Stefan Bradl will miss at least one race following a crash in Sepang’s final practice session. As a result of the incident at Turn 1, the LCR Honda MotoGP rider has sustained a fractured right ankle and will be undergoing surgery in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday night.

Bautista VS Bradl in ‘The Honda podium battle’

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Separated by just ten points in the riders’ standings, satellite Honda riders Alvaro Bautista and Stefan Bradl engaged in a highly entertaining battle at MotorLand Aragón on Sunday, with the former coming out on top.

Strong start gives Bradl foundation to build on

Thursday, 1, January 1970

The opening day of action at the Gran Premio Iveco de Aragon saw LCR Honda’s Stefan Bradl in a strong form, setting the second quickest lap time in free practice.

Bradl’s biggest issue still lack of adhesion

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Stefan Bradl qualified fourth and finished sixth at Silverstone. After the race, the German was quick to point out that a lack of grip was still the chief issue.

Bradl lacking in corner exit speed

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Stefan Bradl began the Czech Grand Prix in eighth position. Although the German had risen by two places by the time the chequered flag came down, he and LCR Honda MotoGP had hoped for more.

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LCR Honda MotoGP Information:

The LCR Honda team is managed by the former 125cc race-winner Lucio Cecchinello, who originally set the team up in 1996 to allow him to compete in grand prix racing. By focusing on just one rider the team has picked up some impressive results over recent seasons, and last season the former Moto2™ World Champion Stefan Bradl continued that trend, impressing everyone on his way to sealing the Rookie of the Year trophy.


  • Lucio Cecchinello CEO

Stefan Bradl's Crew

  • Cristophe Bourguignon Chief Engineer
  • Brian Harden Data Recording
  • Xavier Casanovas Technician
  • Joan CasasTechnician
  • Christopher Richardson Technician
  • Ugo Gelmi Technician
  • Oscar Haro Team Coordinator


  • Stefan BradlRider
  • Bike Info
  • Engine 1000cc Liquid-cooled four-stroke DOHC 4 valve V-4
  • Power Over 230 hp
  • Top Speed Over 350 km/h
  • Chassis Aluminium twin-tube
  • Bike Honda RC213V
  • Suspension
  • Front Telescopic fork (Öhlins)
  • Rear Pro-link (Öhlins)
  • Brakes
  • Front 320mm Nissin carbon disc
  • Rear Nissin Twin piston calliper, steel disc