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Would the Misano circuit be better the other way around?

Amid the safety changes made to Misano for its return to the MotoGP world championship calendar in 2007 was the unusual move of switching the track direction from anti-clockwise to clockwise. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP The original direction was used by grand prix from 1982-1993, when Wayne Rainey suffered career-ending injuries after tumbling through a gravel trap raked into deep ruts, for stopping cars rather than bikes. While the change in track direction allowed for greater run-off, it meant previous acceleration zones became braking areas and vice versa. The biggest difference was on the back...
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