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Johann Zarco joins the Misano check – GP Inside


Johann Zarco took benefit of the arrival of MotoGP check riders in Misano to coach there in his Ducati Panigale V4, in preparation for the following Grands Prix.

The eyes of the MotoGP planet are on the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, for one particular occasion: Maverick Viñales’ debut on the Aprilia RS-GP. The Catalan, now a former Yamaha rider, is testing his new mount on Tuesday August 31 and Wednesday September 1. He’ll compete within the 2022 season with it, however may join a couple of Grands Prix within the subsequent few weeks, if issues go nicely.

Maverick Viñales just isn’t alone on the monitor, nonetheless. KTM introduced in its testers Dani Pedrosa and Mika Kallio, in addition to Honda for Stefan Bradl and Ducati with Michele Pirro. Their presence makes extra sense than ever, as two races can be contested in Misano this season – the primary on September 19, the second on October 24. It’s subsequently essential to gather info there, whereas engaged on the 2022 prototypes.

Ducati, which is behind the group of the check, additionally has three MotoGP riders on the San Marino circuit: Francesco Bagnaia, Johann Zarco and Luca Marini. The three males aren’t allowed to experience within the Desmosedici GP21, however undergo a collection of laps with their coaching bikes, a Ducati Panigale V4 for the Frenchman.

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