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MotoGP comes under close scrutiny with Hyper Slow-Motion footage

MotoGP comes under close scrutiny with Hyper Slow-Motion footage

Watch the fastest action on two wheels in slow-motion, courtesy of the Antelope High Speed Camera on motogp.com

Fairings flexing under aerodynamic pressure, mechanical parts in movement, tyres deforming with changes in direction, heat haze and water spray... motogp.com brings you some exclusive never-seen-before hyper slow-motion footage via the Antelope High Speed Camera, which made its MotoGP debut last weekend at the Sachsenring circuit in Germany.

Developed by German company Live Motion Concept, the Antelope High Speed Camera System offers an incredible 1500 fps frame rate, allowing for breathtaking slow-motion sequences with which you can have a closer look at how the MotoGP prototypes work and how the riders put their machines through their paces.

motogp.com offers you a free video clip showing off some of the action from last Sunday's race in hyper slow-motion, plus exclusive footage from various positions on the track for subscribed users.

motogp.com will show more hyper slow motion footage later this season.

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MotoGP, 2009, ALICE MOTORRAD GRAND PRIX DEUTSCHLAND

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