BRADL EAGER TO CHALLENGE HIS COLLEAGUES AT THE MODIFIED INDIANAPOLIS CIRCUIT

BRADL EAGER TO CHALLENGE HIS COLLEAGUES AT THE MODIFIED INDIANAPOLIS CIRCUIT

BRADL EAGER TO CHALLENGE HIS COLLEAGUES AT THE MODIFIED INDIANAPOLIS CIRCUIT

BRADL EAGER TO CHALLENGE HIS COLLEAGUES AT THE MODIFIED INDIANAPOLIS CIRCUIT

Indianapolis, 7 August: the 2014 MotoGP World Championship returns to action this weekend after the summer break at the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway venue which has been modified since the last visit. The layout has been redesigned to create a 16-turn, 2.591-mile (4.170-kilometre) circuit with exciting new turn configurations and braking zones, creating more passing opportunities. LCR Honda racer Stefan Bradl is anxious to make amends from the last tough races (especially German GP) and move up again from ninth overall.

Stefan: “The summer break gave me the chance to relax and to train to face the second half of the season with more energy and motivation. My season so far was up-and-down but I want to begin the second part of the championship in a different mood trying to forget some unlucky and tough weekends like Germany. Indianapolis is a special venue for all MotoGP riders as the circuit is an iconic one. I had good races here in the premier class but now the track has been modified so it will be important to take some time with my team to examine these changes and be prepared for the race”.