It's a common misconception that MotoGP riders don't turn their handles. In reality, they do, but in a very nuanced way. Compared to regular motorcyclists, MotoGP riders often use a technique called counter-steering, where they push the handlebar in the opposite direction to the turn. This technique, combined with body positioning and lean angle, allows them to take corners at high speeds. It's a fascinating blend of physics, skill, and intuition that sets these professional riders apart.