MotoGP Analysis: Riders Under Pressure, in May issue – Roadracing World Magazine


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Featured in the May 2021 issue of Roadracing World:

MotoGP is closer than ever and overtaking is harder than ever, so race weekends have never been more complicated for riders and engineers.

Not so long ago, the Fridays and Saturdays of a MotoGP race weekend were all about working on the race pace. Obviously race pace is still the big issue, but the race is now so close that if you qualify or start badly, you find yourself deep in the field at the first corner and may never be able to join the front group. .

Qualification is now so important that the process begins before qualification …

—MotoGP Analysis: Riders Under Pressure, by Mat Oxley, MotoGP Editor-in-Chief.

Most MotoGP races are now often won by a few meters, so qualifying and getting off to a good start has never been more important. The riders tell you that a qualifying round is like losing one of their lives! This is how they do it, reveals Mat Oxley, MotoGP editor-in-chief, in the latest issue of Roadracing World!

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