BRADL RESUMES TEST ROUTINE AT JEREZ DESPITE ARM PUMP SYMPTOMS

 BRADL RESUMES TEST ROUTINE AT JEREZ DESPITE ARM PUMP SYMPTOMS

 BRADL RESUMES TEST ROUTINE AT JEREZ DESPITE ARM PUMP SYMPTOMS

BRADL RESUMES TEST ROUTINE AT JEREZ DESPITE ARM PUMP SYMPTOMS


Jerez, 5 May: LCR racer Stefan Bradl was back on track today in Jerez for one day of testing after yesterday’s race which saw the German ending in 10th position after the unexpected problem on his right arm. Bradl ended up sixth (1’39.713) putting in 70 laps working on suspension, geometry and electronics to improve corner entry. Bradl will visit a specialist in Germany tomorrow to examine his physical conditions.

Stefan: “Today was a very intense day for us. We worked on various aspects of the set-up continuing the adjustment of the geometry that we started during the race weekend. It worked good because we lapped with acceptable lap times and then we focused on the electronic. From one side we tried the fuel management to save as much fuel as possible and the engine mapping for the engine power delivery. The right arm started to ache a bit but I could complete my TO DO list anyway. I have fixed a medical check tomorrow in Germany and hope to solve this problem quickly”.


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