One more than MotoGP
Unlike MotoGP which uses the brakes on 9 turns for a total of 29 seconds on each lap, Superbike uses them 10 times for over 31 seconds. What makes the difference is turn 3 with braking that lasts 1.5 seconds, the equivalent of 64 meters (70 yards), for the superbikes even if it is not very intense: 1.4 kg (3 lb) of load on the brake lever and 0.5 G of deceleration.
This is due to the fact that the prototypes are more powerful and the MotoGP bikes lose more speed on the corners: on the first corner, for example, the speed drops by 233 km/h (144.8 mph) compared with 214 km/h (133 mph) for the Superbikes which on turn 10 also record a deceleration of 193 km/h (120 mph) compared with 201 km/h (125 mph) for the MotoGP bikes. However, the Superbikes have a higher load on the brake lever from the start to the checkered flag: 918 kg (2023 lb) per rider, almost one quintal more than the MotoGP bikes which use carbon fiber discs.