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Bradl happy with progress on LCR Honda

'We gathered important data for next test session here at the end of the month and I am sure there's still more to come' - Stefan Bradl
LCR Honda's Stefan Bradl leaves Sepang in Malaysia with a spring in his step after concluding a positive three-day test.

Bradl, the current Moto2 world champion, rattled off another 38 laps at Sepang on the final day of the official test on the RC213V, producing a best lap of 2m 01.894s to take the 11th fastest time.

“Considering the three days of overall work I feel quite satisfied about my first performance aboard this new bike.

“Every day we made some little adjustments to help my riding style and I feel more comfortable now,” said the 22-year-old.

“We gathered important data for next test session here at the end of the month and I am sure there's still more to come. There's a lot of work to do but in general I had a positive first experience.”


Tagged as: moto2 , LCR Honda , Sepang , stefan bradl

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