MotoGP » Hayden: Hard braking should suit our bike

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@ paddles I think you got it reversed. Nicky is the more brake it in hard, square the corner and point it and shoot out...he can do that well because he is able to bury it in there on the brakes like dirt bikes then power it out sliding under control no prob. Rossi is a late braker but more precise on corner entry opting for faster corner speed and drive out. Characteristic of the 125, 250 style. It is just different styles, this bike happens to suits Hayden a little better now but Rossi is trying to work on that corner speed issue and he needs that rear grip (edge grip) to maintain that corner speed now that the front is more sorted.

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