MotoGP » Trackside at Sepang with Wilco Zeelenberg


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Any dirt track rider have to sideways all the time, thats why this guys (motoGP riders) spend lots of time training with that bikes. To keep the momentum throw the corner with open gas the rear wheel is controled by: 1 The throttle 2 body position. By body position Wilco means neutral position on the seat so if they need more grip on the rear during the corner they can move a litle backwards or forward to not understeer, but the way that the rider puts weight on the footpegs is very very important to rear steering and getting grip, weight on the outside footpeg for grip, weight on the inside footpeg for more slide. By the way, any of this top motoGP riders knows how to slide this things, not only Casey as some fools may think... Some of you are just kids and never hear about Gary McCoy or the king of power slide Kenny Roberts Sr. on the time that electronics were science fiction.



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