“He sees everything out at the track. Because he rode these bikes last year. He knows the tyres, nobody knows our tyres. None of the other coaches know our tyres. So, he can see everything. He can see what one bike is doing out of the corner, in entry. For sure the lines, but the lines are easy for everybody. But he can understand how the bike is working, and how the rider is making the bike work. So he gives a lot of feedback, for sure, because he can see everything.
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