HOW TO USE TRACTION CONTROL ON TRACK
3. OFF THROTTLE
Coasting towards the apex using momentum will prevent you from getting on the gas too early and running wide.
2. SAFE LINES
Reduce lean angle at the apex by taking a V-line. At the braking point, angle your bike towards the inside of the track.
1. GET A FEEL
Set your bike’s TC to a really intrusive level so you can get a feel for the sensation of it working as you ride normally.
6. EXIT POINTS
You’ll be coming out of corners much quicker using this method so look as far down the track as you can to get your exit spot-on.
5. REDUCE TC
Reduce the TC session by session. Aim to get to the point where you can feel gentle wheel slip (not spin) as you exit a corner.
4. OPEN WIDE
As you stand the bike up, open the throttle wide in an attempt to trigger the TC. Only do this from half lean and above.