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Watching riders pust their bikes way bayond the limits is a thing of the past.
When I started watching in 1993 this happened regularly. But not now. Not in motoGP.
Because when the limits have been exceeded humans are far better that electronics. Electronics don't know what is happening and cannot find solutions when a bike gets WAY out of shape.
Hopefully electronics will develop to a stage that allows exciting racing. But don't expect that any time soon.
Remember the crazy Rossi moves? Can't do that now with electronics.