"Maverick? Either he's a snake or his heart doesn't work."

Jack Miller jokes about the low heart rate Viñales had in FP2 at the Styrian GP: "While I was at 160, he was going at 120."

"Maverick?-Either-he's-a-snake-or-his-heart-doesn't-work."

There are countless current topics about the 2020 MotoGP World Championship. Marc Márquez's injury and recovery, Yamaha's reliability problems, the future of Andrea Dovizioso ... A long list where, from this Monday, we could include a low heart rate by Maverick Viñales.

Maverick, who was used as a guinea pig for the championship during qualifying for the 2019 Japanese Grand Prix to test a system that allowed a pilot's beats per minute to be measured in real time, was again used as a reference in this matter to perform a comparison with Jack Miller during Free Practice 2 of the 2020 Styrian Grand Prix.

A great disparity of heartbeats between Spanish and Australian that Miller wanted to highlight in 'Crash.net', pointing out, in a joking tone, that the Yamaha rider can actually be a different species from the human being: "I don't know that he can be Viñales. Either he's a snake or something like that or his heart doesn't work (laughs). I saw the comparison and while I was at 160 PPM, he was going at 120 or so. I'm sure my heart was not at maximum while doing those laps. I have never reached 200, I think the maximum I reached in a test about three years ago was 199. When I'm training, my heart rate is around 175 or 180. I think the maximum peak was 188 ".

Similarly, the PRAMAC Racing driver highlighted the start and first laps of a race as his high points, as well as he did not miss the opportunity to remember the greater power of the GP20 compared to the YZR-M1: "At the beginning of the race, with the red light, is my high point. And if I'm fighting in the first laps I also have it in style. Afterwards, more or less, I stabilize it at around 160. As I say, it's not that I'm going With the water up to his neck, it's just that Viñales is a bit of a snake. He's not like me. Besides, he has a bigger engine and fewer revolutions! (laughs) ".



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