Bradl puts the Honda of the Marquez and Pol brothers at 45 °

The German made this spectacular movement that consists of braking with the front end and lifting the rear of the bike to finish his test in Jerez.


A short break of a week and a half to regain strength before getting back on the Honda for another two more days of private testing in Jerez de la Frontera (February 11-12) and continuing to refine the improvements that HRC technicians have incorporated This winter to the Japanese saddle to gain power and top speed on the straights and fine-tune the interaction with the Michelin rear tire mid-turn.

This is the roadmap that the Golden Wing factory has designed for Stefan Bradl. The Augsburg rider, who in 2020 replaced Marc Márquez in the Respol Honda garage after a broken humerus suffered by the eighth champion in the final laps of the 2020 Spanish GP, has been the rider chosen, for the second consecutive year, by the Tokyo brand to advance part of the work that the Márquez brothers, Pol Espargaró and Takaaki Nakagami will carry out in Losail at the beginning of March (March 6-7-10-11-12) .

New chassis, swingarm and exhaust, main improvements to the RC213V

One mission, to collect as much information as possible about the new chassis, swingarm, exhaust, fenders and rear brake caliper that equips the new version of the RC213V, which you found in the rain an unexpected enemy. Despite the presence of this atmospheric phenomenon that excessively limited the activity of the orange formation in the province of Cádiz, Bradl managed to accumulate more than 200 kilometers on the back of the modern Japanese motorcycle that aims to regain its hegemony in the MotoGP World Championship.

A figure that the German wanted to celebrate by performing a spectacular stoppie (braking with the front end and lifting the rear of the bike) on the Jerez-Ángel Nieto home straight. "I have just left it in pole position. We have to enjoy rainy days somehow," Stefan Bradl wrote on his 'Instagram' account accompanied by two emoticons that simulate a crazy face and another laughing out loud. As the saying goes ... In bad weather, good face.

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