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John McPhee, training at Knockhill in view of the debut in Moto2

The British rider who will replace Dixon in Moto2 in the Petronas team to get used to the increased power has chosen the 'two-faced' track of Knockhill in Scotland

Moto2: John McPhee, training at Knockhill in view of the debut in Moto2

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Jake Dixon will continue to race in the Petronas team alongside Valentino Rossi this weekend in Aragon. For this reason in his place, in the Moto2 team, John McPhee has been promoted from Moto3.

 

Able and enlisted John, not to be found unprepared, since as the colleagues of the MotoGP also those of the Moto2 cannot train with a race bike, has opted for a Yamaha R1 with which he went to turn, accompanied by his father, on the Knockhill circuit, a Scottish track near Dunfermline, 30 minutes from Edinburgh and 45 minutes from Glasgow.

 

Its peculiarity, given its relative length - about 2 km - is that it is homologated to be run in both directions

 

 

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