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'If COTA isn't resurfaced, MotoGP won't come back'

MotoGP may have avoided a rider revolt after the opening day at a ridiculously bumpy COTA, but it was made clear that the world championship won't be back unless resurfacing work is carried out for 2022. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP "For me it’s a joke to be here. We cannot race. It’s very dangerous. Nightmare. I’ve never ridden a track like this," Aleix Espargaro had said after Friday practice. "If we hold a vote in the Safety Commission I would say not to race. For me no way. It’s very, very dangerous," added the Aprilia rider, who went on to fall five-times over the weekend....
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