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MotoGP riders react to Misano radio warning system test

The MotoGP field have offered their thoughts on the radio warning system they tested during Tuesday's post-San Marino Grand Prix test at Misano. Last Friday, Honda rider Stefan Bradl tested the system for the very first time upon request from MotoGP promoter Dorna Sports as a means of communicating warning messages to riders to go along with the usual marshal flags. Visibility of flags and delays in receiving messages regarding red flags were issues of concern raised during the Austrian double-header last month, with the riders agreeing in the Safety Commission to trial the radio system. At the moment, it is purely being used for safety purposes and the field were sent pre-recorded...
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