MM: Maybe it would be easier without so many electronics. It would be easier, but it would also be more dangerous on the track. In the end it's the same for everybody. When you have so many things [to adjust], you need to be so concentrated on the track. That is another one of the biggest differences from Moto2. In Moto2 you just concentrate on the setup of the bike, but here [in MotoGP] you need to think about geometry, about suspension, about the gearbox, about engine braking, traction control, anti-wheelie, many things that you need to concentrate on because, if not, you understand nothing.