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Apr 11, 2014 - 06:20 AM
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Pramac Racing Newsletter
Posted by: newsla on Apr 11, 2014 - 06:18 AM
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Pramac Racing Newsletter


After a little more than two weeks, MotoGP is back on track, this time in the North American continent. Pramac Racing Team riders Andrea Iannone and Yonny Hernandez will tackle the second round of the World Championship in Austin, Texas, the second largest state in the USA. After finishing the first race weekend in Qatar positively, both riders are now ready to get back on track.

 

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Andrea Iannone - Pramac Racing - despite the tenth place, he wants to redeem the mistake he made during the first race and aim for a better position. During the two week break since the first race, Andrea has been training on a Supermotard bike to keep his concentration high, ready to face at his best the second race of the season .

Yonny Hernandez - Energy T.I. Pramac Racing - continues to aim at his goal and pass the checkered flag in the points. After the weekend of Qatar marked by two crashes, Yonny is determined to get back the feeling with his GP13 and take on with determination the weekend in Austin.

The track was designed by renowned German architect Hermann Tilke, and completed in 2012. The circuit is one of the most complete, it incorporates many features of other MotoGP circuits. The track length is 5513 m with eleven left turns and nine to the right for a total of 20. It’s one of the most modern circuits and can accommodate up to 120,000 spectators. This is not only the second race of the season but also the second time that the premier class goes to the track in Texas. As usual, American GPs are surrounded by many attractions other than the races, the ritual always includes the anthem of the United States before the race and the amazing acrobatics of the jets flying above the circuit.


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