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Sunday, January 20, 2013

Ayrton Senna - His Life May Help Motorcyclists to be Better Riders

Ayrton Senna was a world class automobile racing champion, thought to be, by many, the best to ever race. Here's an article about him from MotorcycleDaily.com including a video. Motorcyclists may be able to learn some of his techniques to learn their limits and how to improve them. Here's an excerpt from the article:
"Ayrton Senna rarely had the best car, but he had an uncanny ability to get the best out of it. Three F1 World titles and 65 pole positions before he was tragically killed in 1994 while leading his final race. He may have been the best motorsports racer in history. Indeed, most modern F1 champions think he is clearly the best automobile racer ever (including Michael Schumacker).

What can motorcyclists learn from an automobile racer known for consistently finding the limits of both traction and speed?" -- MotorcycleDaily.com

Read more and watch the video

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