Loris Capirossi as MotoGP Safety Advisor
Loris Capirossi as MotoGP Safety Advisor
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As we told yesterday in the summary of what the training day on Monday after the Grand Prix of the Czech Republic gave, Loris Capirossi got back on a motorcycle almost a year after retiring after the 2011 Valencia Grand Prix.

Loris capirossi did not separate from the World Cup but became the MotoGP Safety Advisor, in other words, a liaison between the riders and MotoGP to deal with any safety issue, be it related to motorcycles, circuits, asphalt or tires.

Loris capirossi

Due to the change of category of the MotoGP from 800 to 1000 in addition to the appearance of the CRT, Carmelo Ezpeleta encouraged Loris Capirossi to get on several motorcycles and thus have proof of the real needs of motorcycles and circuits.

The Italian started the day by getting on a four-stroke Honda for the first time in his career, specifically the Honda RC213V del San Carlo Honda Gresini and then continue, within the same team, above the FTRHonda Moto2. Next it was time to test the CRTs: SuterBMW of the NGM Mobile Forward Racing and the BQR-FTR of the Avintia Blusens.

Loris capirossi

What most caught his attention was the good job done by Bridgestone, leaving behind the ghosts of the past in terms of the time required for the tires to achieve a good working temperature and thus avoid crashes in the first laps.

He also highlighted the high technological level of CRTsWithout going to the extreme of MotoGP, they have a lot of potential and are fun to ride. I leave you with the statements of Loris Capirossi:

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