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Honda to test 2014 MotoGP machine at Aragon

Repsol Honda will not remain at Catalunya for Monday's post-race test, but instead travel to Aragon to put an early version of next year's RC213V through its paces.

"The team will now pack up in Catalunya and depart for Aragon for a two day test starting on Tuesday where they will test the 2014 RC213V prototype machine," said a team statement.

Dani Pedrosa's holds a reduced seven point lead over Jorge Lorenzo following the Yamaha rider's victory in Sunday's race. Rookie Marc Marquez was a fraction behind Pedrosa for third in the race and remains third in the standings.

Yamaha and Suzuki will also travel to Aragon later this week, but will test at Catalunya first.




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Balance

June 16, 2013 9:01 PM

The worck never stop, they are allways worcking and trying to find some stuff to improve, Motogp is incredible!! I wish i could wach this test, can t wait to wach the Suzuki i allways enjoy when other big Name showup to test there new weapon to go to WAR.. Coming from Japan Suzuki GSVR this time with one inline 4.. mmm i have to admite the engine configuration is a bit boring because Yamaha use one inline 4 and also Kawasaki had use but for Suzuki its the 1 time they try, last Suzukis where V4 65... I would enjoy to wach more variety of engines but i guess Dorna Rules and Crise time just dont call for Big adventures its a pity.. we allready have on the grid Triples, inline 4, V4, V5 , 2 strokes ETC that was good time=)



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