MotoGP » Marquez talks Pedrosa, Stoner data

"Sometimes I also compare with the laps of Casey, from last year" - Marc Marquez.

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June 14, 2013 8:23 PM
Last Edited 1054 days ago


Not whant to disrespect your commente but what you think Marquez should do, compared is Data with the one that Mick Doohan use on the 500cc? compared Valentino Data of 2003 Honda 1000cc? or compared is Data with the last rider that use this Honda? you with WOW Stuff sounds like have pass 5 years and even so we still Find riders trying to understand how casey ride is bike.ehehe and its not really the Case Casey just leave on the Final of 2012 and we are on 2013 the first year of Motogp of this kid..


June 14, 2013 9:43 PM

Hey its an artucle about Casey come on wheres the haters at.
I think Bautista or Bradl could also improve a little bit if they had access to some of HRC repsols dataand had brembo and nissin brakes cause Marc is only as quick as Bradl when he has to find his own setup but Caseys data would have been useless at Mugello cause Casey and his crew couldnt find a competitive setup for that in 2011 or 2012.
The real gold mine is obviously in the onboard telemetry and Marc now has Gabbarini one of the best crew cheifs in motorcycle racing today to help him capitalise on this.


June 15, 2013 3:06 AM

I do think this might help a young rider get up to speed quicker.... But I think a rider like marquez would get there on his own . This kid needs to follow a fast guy (dani, Jorge, vale ) and he is on pace. He is amazingly talented


June 15, 2013 5:40 AM
Last Edited 1054 days ago

i do know he tried stoners data in preseason testing but it involved using minimum traction control and was too hard to manage , stoners data is useless to anyone who is going to use traction control .

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