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Rossi: Aerodynamics make MotoGP more physical, but don't change style

500cc, 990cc, 800cc and 1000cc engines. Two and four-stroke. V4, Inline4 and V5. Honda, Yamaha and Ducati. Factory and standard electronics. Michelin and Bridgestone tyres. Wings and ride-height devices… - Valentino Rossi has tried them all during a 22-year premier-class career. Each major technical change requires a corresponding adaptation in riding style. But while wings represent are the biggest visual alteration to MotoGP bikes in recent years, Rossi confirmed that it's still the less glamourous basics of tyres and brakes that have had the biggest impact on modern riding technique. "For me in the last years the riding style has changed, especially the position on the bike and...
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