But we like the electronic aids. It helps Jack in terms of safety, it doesn't make him go any quicker, it helps him in terms of how the bike handles on the track and prevents him from crashing.
I shouldn't really say this but his crash rate has been so occasional that we have to say the electronics have something to do with that, and of course Jack's experience.
I came through with no electronics and then they started to get introduced. I have to say they worked for me in MotoGP. Now it's at another stage with what we've got here and it's better than what I was using in MotoGP. It doesn't hurt the racing and if they cap a limit on it - probably the best way is to put a price limit on the amount you can spend on electronics and then everybody can use what they want for whatever price that may be.