Racers Get Hot at the Mandalika MotoGP Test

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia

A number of racers like Fabio Quartararo and Jorge Martin started to heat up in living 2022 Mandalika MotoGP test at the Mandalika Circuit on the second day, Saturday (12/2).

Before the second day of testing began, the weather forecast said that conditions in Mandalika were cloudy since the morning.

According to the Freemeteo weather site, the weather in Lombok at 09.00 is around 27 degrees celsius. The weather continued to increase until 11.00 which reached 29 degrees.

Because of that, the racers started to overheat during the second day of the Mandalika MotoGP test. Defending champion Fabio Quartararo posted a photo of unzipping his racing suit.

“Feels like 200 degrees,” wrote Quartararo estimating the heat at the Mandalika Circuit.

Jorge Martin is hot. (Screenshot of @88jorgemartin instagram)-

Pramac racer Jorge Martin acted in a similar condition. The Spaniard did something a little more ridiculous than Quartararo by opening half his shirt in front of the fan.

“Today’s mood [panas],” said Martin.

Mandalika MotoGP TestFabio Quartararo reacts to the hot weather in Mandalika. (Screenshot of @fabioquartararo20 instagram)-

Aleix Espargaro from Aprilia also suffered the same fate. Pol Espargaro’s brother was soaking in a small tub to maintain body temperature from the hot weather in Mandalika.

Outside of the racers starting to overheat, Repsol Honda uploaded the cloudy condition of Mandalika at 11.41 WIB.

[Gambas:Video CNN]

Not long ago, the news site Crash also shows a video of dark clouds that are a sign that it will rain during the day.

Site BMKG displays weather forecasts in Praya District, which is the location of the Mandalika Circuit, at 11.00 WITA, light rain with temperatures reaching 28 degrees Celsius and humidity of 85 percent.

The light rain conditions are predicted to last until the afternoon at 17.00 WITA with a humidity that is not much different, namely 80 percent.


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