BRADL AND BAUTISTA TAKE ON SEPANG - AND THE UNKNOWN OF THE NEW ASPHALT - WITH AN IMPROVING RS-GP
The MotoGP teams are about to face the third and final race of the long intercontinental tour. After Japan and Australia, now it is Malaysia's turn, on the revamped Sepang International Circuit. Many things have changed, from the asphalt to the configuration of some corners, changes that the riders and teams will need to be able to interpret from the first practice sessions.
The Aprilia Racing Team Gresini has come through the difficult Australian challenge, managing to finish the race in the points with both riders, despite a weekend that was complicated by the weather. In Malaysia, a track where Stefan Bradl took his best result of last season with a tenth place finish, the RS-GP machines are aiming to continue the upward trend of the latter half of the season where the bikes from Noale have improved in placement and performance, but also in qualifying.