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'Large-scale resurfacing' at COTA ahead of 2022 MotoGP

Has COTA finally solved its bump problem? The rippled surface was branded 'a joke' by future world champion Fabio Quartararo during last October's event, when others such as Aleix Espargaro said they would vote not to race if such a ballot was cast. Last year's event continued with the ultimatum that if the worst areas, from Turn 2-10, were not resurfaced then MotoGP would not return in 2022. That resurfacing has duly been carried out, but with previous track work proving unsuccessful in curing the bumps, reportedly caused by subsurface movement rather than the usual asphalt damage, the final verdict won't be known until the 2022 MotoGP race weekend takes place on April 8-10. 'For the...
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