For years it was believed, perhaps mistakenly, that it was the bike that did most of the work, and that a winning bike automatically led to victory, regardless of who rode it. Lately, however, with the levelling out of mechanical performance, the psychological aspect of our riders is also beginning to be given due weight, seen as a key element in being true champions and not, ‘simply’, good riders.
The first points in the Moto GP arrived for the LCR Honda team, which started the new world championship season and flow-meter™ also this year is at its side in this new adventure. flow-meter™ will be the sponsor of the two Lcr riders, Álex Márquez and Takaaki Nakagami.
Cal Crutchlow’s season continues with its highs and lows riding his LCR Honda in the World Championship. The British rider was unable to advance beyond sixth position last weekend on his home circuit of Silverstone in the UK, struggling and not just in terms of pace. The result was clearly influenced by his motorcycle’s tires.
Nobody was expecting a third place finish for Crutchlow at the first MotoGP race of the season in Qatar, not least after his serious crash in Australia at the end of last season. Yet the Team LCR Honda rider, who is sponsored by flow-meter™, surprised once again.
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