Try the direct lean option in the 'input' menus, (slider on bottom left) reducing that value can help bike springing back. (I run about 65% on xbox one controller)
Alternatively, if you go onto the inputs, the sliders on the top right are useful for manually adjusting each input axis properties, just use the drop down to edit the axis you want (lean in this case), and then drag the sliders.
There is no right or wrong values for these, it's personal preference, so just drag the sliders and find what you feel is best.
As for the game shutting down randomly, I believe if you right click the 'core' program, go to: Properties - Compatibility - and set this to run in compatibility mode for Windows 8, and then run as admin, it should fix most crashing issues.
The carbon monocoque is a bad move for me, especially for what is effectively a 'Market test' for 2 strokes. Should have been kept closer to a standard configuration with frames and suspension etc,
but at the same time I can understand them wanting to lead the way technologically with a stroker, as it would highlight the fact it could be modern tech and not a crude 80s remix, and potentially pave the way for the bigger brands like kawak, suzuki yam and honda. (No ducati here, as they've never made a 2 stroke, was always cagiva)
Either way, If I can afford to save for one, (£10,000 absolute maximum or less) I will be buying I can guarantee it
Following some testing, It appears that the clutch is not needed for gear changing at all, no matter if semi - automatic is set to 1 or 0. I get clutchless shifts are a thing that is possible however, and while it is possible for up-shifting, It should only be possible on downshifts with a blip, and yet I can just mash the box down without any blips or what not.
Wondering if I've missed something or if that it is currently not possible to make the clutch a requirement, for downshifts at least?