What else do we see? We see a radically forward rider position, and that the engine’s cylinder block is inclined forward, perhaps as much as 30 degrees. This moves the intake throttle bodies to where they need to be in the airbox. As the rider accelerates (note that in one of the cornering photos, he has the throttle pinned, suggesting advanced electronics in use), his face is directly over the steering crown. The fuel tank sits behind a large carbon-intake airbox and consists of a thin forward vertical portion as tall as the airbox, with a long and quite thick “foot,” which effectively forms the rider’s seat. You can see fuel pipes to the injectors entering the front of the airbox. Note also that as the rider accelerates, his butt is three inches clear of the two-inch-thick seatback pad, further underscoring the far-forward rider position.