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The simultaneous problem/solution is that Iannone has not been on another MotoGP Bike so he has no preconceived notion of what one ought to feel like. He only knows that it feels really fast compared to everything else he has ever ridden and he is going to do whatever he can to adapt to its eccentricities. That's the good part. The other side of that coin is that if he develops bad habits now on an under performing and some would say even dangerous bike it could ruin his potentially very bright career. Hopefully it turns out for the best for him. Because he is sure fun to watch!