The Sepang MotoGP test answered a few of the questions which had been raised over the winter break, since the end of testing at Jerez in November. You can read my preliminary conclusions, reached directly after the test, here, as a primer.
Though the Sepang test answered some questions, it raised many more for some of you. Last weekend, I asked MotoMatters.com subscribers to submit their questions for me to try to answer. I received a lot of questions, 27 in total, and so many that I will have to split the answers into several parts.
So below are the answers to the following questions:
- Is Honda developing a holeshot device?
- Is Ducati losing its way?
- Has KTM gone oval?
- Are Aprilia willing to spend what it takes?
- Who will be the surprise package for 2020?
- Could there be another plot twist in the Yamaha saga?
- Will KTM lose Jorge Martin?
- What is Alex Rins capable of in 2020?
More answers to your questions tomorrow.
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