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What can a MotoGP rider learn from a Coach, TV?

In a sport where success can be decided by one thousandth of a second, MotoGP riders are constantly seeking every drop of information to gain even the slightest edge. A consequence of the sport getting ever more competitive - the last two seasons have seen an unprecedented number of race winners and tight racing - is the quest for greater data and statistics. But numbers only tell part of the story and there has also been an increasing trend towards use of 'rider coaches'; often an ex-racer, who observes from trackside and passes on feedback about how their rider might improve. Another avenue of 'non-data' comes from the vast array of TV footage now available, with every MotoGP track...
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