"A fast bike needs tremendous braking stability to enter the numerous Motegi hairpin bends"

Alex Rins’ Crew Chief Jose Manuel Cazeaux shares set-up secrets that will help you set a quick time around Motegi.

The fourth round of the 2019 MotoGP™ eSports Championship continues, with each player manouvering Alex Rins’ Suzuki Ecstar GSX-RR around the undulations of Motegi.

Here Jose Manuel Cazeaux, Crew Chief of the one-time MotoGP™ race winner Alex Rins, explains the secrets to finding a good bike set-up for wet conditions around the prestigious Japanese venue.

As the Argentinean says, a fast bike needs tremendous braking stability to enter the numerous hairpin bends as well as maximum acceleration from low gears.

MotoGP™ ’19 places greater emphasis on bike set-up than ever before. Use this expert advice to tinker with suspension settings and the gearing of Rins’ Suzuki GSX-RR so you can post a time fast enough to qualify for the Pro Draft, the second stage of this year’s MotoGP™ eSports Championship.

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