Beritai.com – the latest news from the 2012 MotoGP race which we summarized from various media, the rider Avintia, Ivan Silva Hernandez danYonny each recorded two fastest laps on the last day of trial. Silva managed to be the fastest rider in the first with a time of 1 minute 53.373 seconds, while Hernandez recorded the second fastest time with 1 minute 53.588 seconds. Though there are no significant technical changes from Avintia, and unfriendly weather in Aragon.
Aspar Aprilia team rider, Randy de Puniet and Aleix Espargaro that during pre-season testing had always won the best time, do not ride their bikes until noon because the temperature is too cold.
Both riders are just a few laps before deciding to undergo re-entry into the pit because the track conditions are too cold. De Puniet had a few laps to fix the geometry of the framework, while Espargaro just start practicing.
Other riders who take the test, the James Ellison of Paul Bird Motorsport team had an accident and did not undergo the test again in the afternoon despite not getting injured means.
CRTs are motors will again undergo the same tests at the circuit with MotoGP teams other manufacturer on the date of the next 23 to 25 March.
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An attack on a Racing official and/or engaging in a fight. This includes any person who attacks or is involved in a fight anywhere on the premises prior to, during, or after an AMA Supercross meet. There will be no maximum fine or suspension period for this offense.
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