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Race direction explains Qatar wet weather test

After last year’s confusion, a 30-minute ‘wet weather’ test has been arranged for the final night of the Qatar test in order to assess whether riders’ visibility is overly affected by the reflection of the floodlights, race direction has confirmed.  Mike Webb, MotoGP’s race director, told Crash.net the final hour of Saturday's test, which takes place in the dark, will be set aside to wet the track at the Losail International Circuit, and riders will leave pit lane together to try and replicate a wet race scenario. Should riders relay to him the glare of the floodlights is overpowering and diminishes their sight, race direction will have definitive evidence that a wet outing...
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