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Will introducing radios change the 'DNA' of MotoGP?

MotoGP is testing a rider radio warning system this week at Misano, but it has raised fears that it could advance into Formula 1-style ship-to-shore communication. Would this dilute MotoGP or should it be embraced? Valentino Rossi believes introducing radio communication into MotoGP would be "a good step" for the series, though this has been met with a mixed response from other riders. On Friday, Honda's Stefan Bradl tested a radio communication system on the bike upon request from Dorna Sports as part of a push to introduce a new means of warning riders of on-track hazards after the events of the Austria double-header. During the Moto2 Austrian Grand Prix, Enea Bastianini...
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