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Chances are.... that Jorge, Dani, Cal, Dovi etc. didn't have electronic solutions that were 100% dialled-in for Turn 10 & 11, and the pilots relied on the software 100% when they nailed it in there. However, the data collected from pinging riders into A&E enabled the geeks to modify the electronics software and algorithms to address this. Oohh - geeks and laptops and electronics. How exciting. Lets get over this 'electronics & safety' crud. Regulate a motorcycle well within its performance envelope (i.e like street bikes that are well beyond what most riders can exploit) and the electronics can improve safety. Use the tech like they do in MotoGP - to maximise performance and speed to 100% at every point on the track - and there is no margin for error, and the resulting crash will be the biggest & fastest it can be if the track situation gets 1% beyond what the software can manage. Dianese Air-Bag suits - THEY improve rider protection and may be the biggest REAL reason more ride

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