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Fast, faster, fastest: why MotoGP is zooming past Formula 1 and limits have not yet been reached

362.4 kilometers per hour. On two wheels. The Frenchman Johann Zarco set that record three weeks ago in the MotoGP of Qatar. Didier de Radiguès, the best Belgian ever in this discipline, states that the limits have not yet been reached. “To achieve that speed on a straight piece, you really don’t have to have talent.”

In 2021, the MotoGP engines reach higher speeds than the Formula 1 cars. During the opening round of this season in Bahrain, Fernando Alonso’s Alpine peaked at 330.2 kilometers …

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