KTM aero taking tips from Formula 1?

Why the disparity? For one, the challenges are different, from the obvious basics onwards. One example: a MotoGP™ bike reaches – for Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) at least – up to 66 degrees of lean angle, which is a large operating window, whereas an F1 car’s maximum “lean” – unless you’ve crashed – is comparatively small and more momentary, such as skipping over a kerb.

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