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    It might be coincidence, but statistics seem to bear this out: the average weight of the back half of the MotoGP grid is 71.4kg, against an average 68.5kg for the current top 10 and an average 66kg for the podium finishers at the last 10 races. Imagine what its like being Pedrosa (160cm/51kg), Danilo Petrucci (above, 181cm/78kg) or Scott Redding (185cm/78kg). And can it be mere coincidence that the giant of the grid, Redding, is to lose his ride at the same time as MotoGPs teeniest rider Pedrosa (160cm/51kg)?

    : https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/o...r-weight-limit

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    It might be coincidence, but statistics seem to bear this out: the average weight of the back half of the MotoGP grid is 71.4kg, against an average 68.5kg for the current top 10 and an average 66kg for the podium finishers at the last 10 races. Imagine what its like being Pedrosa (160cm/51kg), Danilo Petrucci (above, 181cm/78kg) or Scott Redding (185cm/78kg). And can it be mere coincidence that the giant of the grid, Redding, is to lose his ride at the same time as MotoGPs teeniest rider Pedrosa (160cm/51kg)?

    : https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/o...r-weight-limit
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    The holy grail of motorcycle racing has always been to come up with a device that can save front-end slides, and now Honda have one; hes called Marc Márquez.

    Its as simple as that. Well, pretty much. The one thing Márquez can do that no one else can do is consistently override the motorcycle, specifically the front tyres traction limit.
    Its this unique skill that gives him his biggest advantage over his rivals. This is confirmed by top MotoGP tyre and suspension technicians who watch all the riders out on track and examine all their data in the pits.

    https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/o...1LYMIH,2VNAS,1

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