3 seconds less than MotoGP
For Superbike, there are 10 turns where the riders use their brakes, one less than MotoGP, where the riders brake on turn 4, too. Reaching lower top speeds, the factory derivative motorcycles use the braking system less on the other turns as well: less than 29.5 seconds per lap, compared to 33 seconds for the MotoGP motorcycles.
The total load exerted on the brake lever in one lap is also higher for the MotoGP motorcycles at 43.3 kg (95.5 lbs) compared to 40.3 kg (88.8 lbs) for the Superbikes. However, for the latter, the braking system pressure reaches almost 10 bar (145 psi) in 7 turns, a value that the MotoGP motorcycles hit in only 3 spots on each lap.