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"The brakes on a MotoGP bike are excellent - with a braking force at 1.1 and 1.2g - but nothing like as good as an F1 car which obviously has four wheels and four brake discs. ... "Formula 1 is a ... While MotoGP has had more fatalities in the last 20 years than Formula 1 (last fatality in F1 was Senna in 1994, vs 3 fatalities in MotoGP in 2003, 2010 and 2011) - I don't think there is enough data to make statistically significant conclusions. Excluding the drivers or riders, a Formula 1 vehicle weighs four times a MotoGP bike and boasts a much more powerful engine (also for the presence of electric motors). The tires are a whole different story: in comparison with a bike, Formula 1 single-seaters have more tires (4 instead of 2) and a more generous tread. Jul 15, 2016 · Why MotoGP is better than Formula 1: Motorcycling legend Valentino Rossi has teamed up with GoPro to get you closer to all the action in MotoGP motorbike racing's version of Formula 1. British GQ ... MotoGP or Formula 1: which of the two categories achieves the highest speed? And which is more effective when braking? After having compared data from the track in Austin, we want to see how the two compare on the Spielberg circuit. The track in Austria hosted Formula 1 last month and will soon host ...