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Please, someone explain to me how pushing a bike beyond the limits of its tires, suspension and electronics is the fault of the track or any of the above? Rider error doesnt seem to get a mention anymore these days. . . It used to be you line up the corner, select the revs and gear then tip in and gradually accelorate (all based on the riders feel for what the tires and suspension are doing). Now its sight the corner, select the right mappiing, and full throttle away (all pre determined by the computer with little room for changed condition of suspension or tire behaviour). A lot more variables need to be 100% correct and accounted for 100% of the time now . . otherwise? ? ? I really do feel a bit for the riders as they have less room for error than maybe in the past.



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