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MotoGP promoter Dorna used the training start to the Grand Prix of the Algarve in Portimao for the first test of a completely new onboard camera.
Suzuki Pilot Alex Rins was on Friday morning with the new camera in the first free training on Friday morning. She is in the area of the shoulder in the overalls and supplies spectacular images from the driver's perspective. On this occasion you can see the cockpit display (dashboard). And you can see which buttons and levers of the driver, in this case rins, operates on the handlebar.
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"It was a really incredible experience," rins rins. "I have to thank the Dorna for the opportunity that I was allowed to drive with it. Normally it looks like that as if we just look up and turn up the gas grip. But of course we do more."
The pictures of the new camera are of course especially impressive on the mountain and valley railway in Portimao. "You see exactly how we drive and how strong everything moves," says Rins and admits that it was not easy to convince Suzuki to drive with the new camera.
"The Japanese have a different way to work. Therefore, it was not easy. But I personally did not disturb me at all," said the Spaniard, who hopes: "Maybe we see several drivers next year."
also rins' teammate Joan me, who has not tried the new camera himself, hopes that they will make school: "Of course I would like to see other bikes, not only the Suzuki, so. Because of course I am very interested To see what the others do. "
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from the Ducati camp there is already a cancellation in this regard. "I understand that you want to try new things. But I do not want to drive with this thing," says Jack Miller and explains, "A camera in my overall, that's not what I imagine, not at the high Speeds we drive. "
When Millers teammate Francesco Bagnaia asked for his opinion on this topic, he answers: "Well, it was interesting to see the secrets of Suzuki. I've seen the [Ride-Height] Device for the rear wheel . And I also saw the dashboard. "
Suzuki Pilot Rins holds fears that secrets are released, but for exaggerated. "On the dashboard you can only pay. In the end, all teams in this paddock with onboard cameras, from whose pictures you could derive something."
Whether the new shoulder camera is also used in the future remains to be seen.
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