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Bradl trials radio warning system in Misano MotoGP practice

Honda test rider Stefan Bradl tried a new radio warning system during Friday practice for the MotoGP San Marino Grand Prix upon request from organisers Dorna Sports. The German - standing in for the injured Marc Marquez at the factory Honda team - took to the Misano circuit for a lap with headset and radio connected to his leathers to test a new warning system. In the wake of several major incidents during the Austrian race weekends, the riders proposed a new warning system in the Safety Commission during the Styrian Grand Prix last month. Owing to the difficulties in sometimes seeing warning flags, the new headset system Bradl tried will allow Race Direction to broadcast pre-recorded...
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