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Aragon MotoGP PICTURE: 64 degree lean!

As well as reaching top speeds in excess of 350km/h (217mph) MotoGP riders are now achieving incredible lean angles of over 64 degrees.

On the eve of this weekend's Aragon Grand Prix, reigning double world champion Jorge Lorenzo's Yamaha YZR-M1 was on display on the main straight with a special stand to reproduce this stunning lean (pictured).

During the live TV coverage of this weekend's grand prix, two brand new graphics will be introduced to highlight how the riders make the most of the edge grip from the latest Bridgestone tyres to reach maximum lean angle and directly compare riding styles.



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