Published on 12 Apr 2013 by Toni M.
Pramac Ducati’s Andrea Iannone will be heading to the US a few days early, but he won’t be going directly to the Circuit of the Americas in Texas for next week’s second MotoGP round, instead he’ll spend two days at the Mazda Speedway in Laguna Seca learning the spectacular and difficult California track.
Iannone has never raced at Laguna Seca, because GP’s lower classes don’t race at the Laguna Seca so he’s going to try to learn the circuit before the July race, following in the footsteps of LCR’s Stefan Bradl who did the same last year when he too was a MotoGP rookie.
The Italian will riding a Ducati 1199 Panigale at the circuit and he’ll also be able to assess the condition of his right arm following a serious issue with arm pump that hampered his entire weekend in Qatar, and allowed him to finish only in 9th.
Source | infomotogp.com