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This section has a fast constant-radius right leading up to slow left-right chicane, placing an emphasis on throttle/power application off the exit of the last right. Because of the tight radius of the final right, the bike is picked up straight pretty quickly off the exit, meaning the Ducati should be at full power a lot quicker in any of the TC settings than usual. Interestingly, level 6 (green) has the highest average speed through the actual chicane itself, although it quickly loses out once hard acceleration begins on the exit. What's even more notable is that the no-TC setting looks to get an early jump accelerating off the exit, but tire spin quickly negates that advantage, and both level 3 (blue line) and level 1 (orange line) hold a major lead well down the front straight that the no-TC setting doesn't claw back until the very end (not shown).
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