AUSTRIA MOTOGP TRACK CHANGED AHEAD OF GRAND PRIX

​It is never too much for safety. Thus,  ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix a Small layout adjustment has been made at Turn 10 for safety of MotoGP riders and their ever faster Race Bikes.

As MotoGP™ racing returns to Austria for the first time since 1997, further adjustments have been made to the Red Bull Ring layout following a private test held earlier this summer.

FIM Safety Officer Franco Uncini discussed the layout with some riders of the Safety Commission in order to hear their thoughts on the track, and it was agreed to reduce the width of Turn 10 of the circuit from 13 to 10 metres – to lower the speed when exiting the corner and improve the safety of the turn.

Due to this change, and as riders and teams will be gaining experience and refining their bike set-up over the course of the event, lap times recorded during the previous private test won’t be deemed relevant.

(Credit: MotoGP) 

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