The demand on the brakes during the GP
The MotoGPs turn to their brakes for 7 of the track's 12 corners, the same as for the Superbike: it’s different instead the brake usage during each lap, 27 seconds for MotoGP and 25 seconds for Superbike.
The percentage the braking system is functioning during the race is 30 per cent for MotoGP and 28 per cent for Superbike.
Despite the carbon braking systems, the average peak deceleration for the MotoGP is 1.27 G exactly the same value for Superbike
Adding up all of the forces applied by a rider on the Brembo brake lever from the starting line to the checkered flag, the result comes in at more than 860 kg (1,896 lbs), over 160 kg (353 lbs) more than for the Superbike riders although the Superbike race is 6 laps shorter.
Instead the force applied during a lap is after all similar: 33.3 kg (73 lbs) for the MotoGP, 34.9 kg (77 lbs) for the Superbike.