It seems that exotic countries always provide the thrills weather-wise. After Indonesia earlier this year which saw the MotoGP race being delayed due a heavy rain, the story repeated itself today in Thailand. The rush started when heavy drops fell down just in time for the Moto2 race. It continued to rain meaning that the MotoGP race was delayed by one hour after multiple race start announcements.
Tech3 KTM Factory Racing’s Raul Fernandez and Remy Gardner continued their campaign in Thailand today, under the sun this time in completely dry conditions.
Tech3 KTM Factory Racing kicked off the seventeenth round of the 2022 MotoGP World Championship as the MotoGP paddock returned to the Chang International Circuit for the first time in three years. Whilst the team set up under extreme rainy conditions on Wednesday and Thursday, Friday’s weather was a bit milder. Although the day started in wet conditions, the afternoon was dry.