The most demanding braking section during the Austrian race
Of the 7 Red Bull Ring braking points, 3 are classified as hard on the brakes, whereas the other 4 are of medium difficulty. For Formula 1 on the other hand, those same 4 are considered light.
The most taxing throttle-off point for MotoGP is on the fourth bend, even though the bikes don't get up to 300 km/h (186 mph): in the 5.4 second braking section, they travel 259 meters (850 feet) at a speed that drops from 297 km/h (185 mph) to 83 km/h (52 mph). The load on the lever is 6.4 kg (14.1 lbs), and the system pressure is 13.8 bar.