MotoGP » PICS: Pedrosa highside after Marquez contact, sensor failure


Contact from team-mate Marc Marquez resulted in a broken traction control sensor for Dani Pedrosa - causing this highside in Sunday’s Aragon MotoGP.


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Paddles

October 02, 2013 3:24 AM

I've gotta disagree pcxmac, TC is only a rider 'aid'. The best rider will still require less 'aid' and therefore get more out of his machine than a lesser rider who requires more 'aid'. Where the playing field isn't level though is that the best riders are in the best teams with almost unlimited resources to develop/tune their software and the lessor riders are in teams with less resources to tune their systems and they are the guys that really need the help to close the gap. ECU controls/limits are a must have for the championship to develop, the best guys will still win but the lessor guys won't be so handicapped.

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