Mastering the MotoGP Braking Game: Insights from Jack Miller

Mastering the MotoGP Braking Game: Insights from Jack Miller

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This weekend, MotoGP visits a treasure tucked among the Florentine hills of Italy. The Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello is a marquee stop not only for the raucous atmosphere, but also because i…

This weekend, MotoGP travels to the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello in Italy, nestled among the Florentine hills. Mugello is renowned for its vibrant atmosphere and for hosting the highest top speed of the season, currently set at an impressive 363.6 km/h by Jorge Martin. To handle the intense speed, riders have to sharply slow down for the second-gear Turn 1, a challenging maneuver that requires precision and skill. Brake supplier Brembo’s data reveals that it takes around five seconds and 276 meters to shed off the speed, with riders experiencing over 1.5g during deceleration. Jack Miller, a Red Bull KTM rider and MotoGP winner, shares insights on the braking techniques and strategies utilized by riders, shedding light on the intricacies of the braking process in MotoGP. Each rider has a unique approach to braking, influenced by factors such as wind conditions, track temperature, and personal style preferences.

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