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2020 finalist FooXz gives set up advice for latest challenge

Struggling to set a competitive time? Look no further as FooXz talks you through the ideal set up for Jerez

Tags MotoGP, 2021

The last Online Challenge of the 2021 MotoGP™ eSport Championship is already underway with gamers from around the world tackling the iconic and world famous Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto.

Spread across 2.75 miles of glorious, flowing asphalt, Jerez offers a tremendous test of machine balance and riding ability, with lush, fast curves punctuated by a number of heavy braking zones and slow hairpins.

How to be fast in Jerez for the fourth Online Challenge

The layout always provides drama: the final turn (Jorge Lorenzo Corner) has been the scene of incredible last lap drama. The 1996, 2005 and 2013 MotoGP™ races concluded there in memorable, dramatic fashion.

And if you’re struggling to set a competitive time, take the advice of 2020 MotoGP™ eSport Finalist FooXz as he talks you through the ideal set-up for this track.

So who better to listen to when it comes to suspension set-up, ride height, ECU and the ideal gearing for Circuito de Jerez-Angel Nieto?

Online Challenge 4: Set up advice for Jerez

Head over to the official MotoGP™ eSport website for more information!

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