eSports: Master the set-up for Laguna Seca

For the first Online Challenge of the 2021 MotoGP™ eSport Championship, here's set-up advice of two-time Global Series competitor MrTftw

The first Online Challenge of the 2021 MotoGP™ eSport Championship is already underway with gamers from around the world tackling the legendary and notoriously tricky Laguna Seca track in California, USA.

The track’s short, undulating layout meant riders saw it as one of the most challenging circuits on the entire calendar which demands the maximum level of concentration.

It’s narrow layout and terrifying undulations – including the world-famous Corkscrew bend – mark this as a truly unique challenge for those seeking to post an early score on the Pro Draft leaderboard. The Challenge runs until Sunday 21st March.

And if you’re struggling to set a competitive time, take the advice of MrTftw onboard as he talks you through the ideal set-up for this track using Dani Pedrosa’s 2007 Honda RC213V. The likeable Australian has pedigree at the top level, and was present in the Global Series of 2019 and 2020.

So who better to listen to when it comes to suspension set-up, ride height and the ideal gearing for Laguna Seca’s notoriously difficult eleven bends!

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