MotoGP » Rossi: I’ll have to grit my teeth at Jerez

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The understeer was widely reported when the the big bang engine was employed. Stoner: “Instead of the bike always wanting to buck and weave, with this engine, because it's got that much more torque, it's trying to drive the bike out (understeer) instead. So we're having to change the set-up completely to get the bike to turn better on the exits. “It's something we never really had a problem with on the old bike, because it spun so much we always got good turn on the exits. Now we're working on the chassis to try and keep the (new) grip while still getting the bike to turn. “My arms are actually having trouble hanging on because it's getting so much more traction.” end quote Too much rear traction and it has been a dog ever since. I would like to see Rossi do a race on the screamer. cheers all

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