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See the new Factory Yamaha MotoGP pit layout

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Tetley

March 04, 2013 10:49 PM

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By the wonders of the internet, I contacted Alex Briggs, mechanic to certain Mr V Rossi. I asked him "Alex, a pic on crash.net shows a wall down the middle of your pit. What's the score, mate?”
He replied “There is no wall in our garage. What ppl can see are movable privacy screens. In testing we pull the garage door down 2 change parts but if JL is still testing or vice versa we use the screens to shield what we are doing from photographers. When both doors are up we just leave them in the middle during testing. In the actual picture on crash net we have a bike without a cowling behind the screens. Your welcome.”
Now please, can those deluded posters who are inventing stories and blaming Rossi just button their biased cake-oles. Thankyou

dakota - Unregistered

March 04, 2013 10:50 PM

Very simple explanation by Alex Briggs on Twitter:

There is no wall in our garage. What ppl can see are movable privacy screens. In testing we pull the garage door down 2 change parts but if JL is still testing or vice versa we use the screens to shield what we are doing from photographers. When both doors are up we just leave them in the middle during testing. In the actual picture on crash net we have a bike without a cowling behind the screens. Your welcome

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