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'Old school' Rossi would welcome radios in MotoGP

Valentino Rossi may be a self-confessed 'old-school' rider but he would welcome the introduction of rider radios in MotoGP. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE On Friday at Misano it was revealed that Honda stand-in Stefan Bradl had been asked by Dorna to test a helmet radio system, which will now be offered to the full-time riders during Tuesday's test session. The initial purpose of the radios would be to communicate safety messages from Race Direction, such as yellow or red flags, but Dorna confirmed the system could eventually include team-rider communications as in F1. "I like it. For me, it's good. Because it's true that I am an old-school rider, but I am...
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