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RSMick

March 01, 2014 10:35 AM
Last Edited 143 days ago

MotoGP » 'Very big' Open software upgrade not yet used


Tetley to use regenerative braking you would need an electric motor fitting and use that to create the braking, so get rid of light carbon brakes and replace it with a heavy motor (in comparision) and batteries.The additional back energy (emf) created above the set induced energy would be stored and used, London Underground good example. However you could just fit an AC electric motor when you are not inducing current use the back engergy created invert (rectify) it to a DC source and then invert it back into the motor to give boost and the required times, KERS or Prius. Or simply fit an alternator or dynamo. The inertial sensor is hardly amazing technology just 2 (redundancy) x 2D inclinometers, a simple example the G-senor on your phone or tablet.

RSMick

February 28, 2014 7:34 PM

MotoGP » Camier absent from latest MotoGP entry list


Its old news, but Sacchi was good enough to keep Pesek on the bike even though his sponsor failed to pay. Ioda do need to either commit or leave, there efforts have only been half hearted the Suter was exactly the same as it was when they got them 16 months before. Aprilia to me are just scared, bit like Kawasaki not admitting to helping Avintia in case they fail, yet again.

RSMick

February 22, 2014 11:49 AM
Last Edited 151 days ago

MotoGP » Marc Marquez breaks leg, will miss Sepang test


For those who believe Marquez could not have dislocated his shoulder, think about this one. At Montegi in the aftermath of the Pons, Marinelarena, Redding and Rabat crash, Domi Aegerter fell and dislocated his shoulder. The marshals picked his bike up and he rode one handed back to the pits, whilst the mechanics were fixing his bike a doctor put his shoulder back in place, this was witnessed by Ian Wheeler, he then started back of the grid because was late reforming and raced through to 8th place. Alex Lowes this morning dislocated his ankle then went out and qualified 5th, tough bunch motorcycle racers.

RSMick

February 22, 2014 10:48 AM

WSBK » Phillip Island - Superpole qualifying results (2)


**it58, I took the plunge, not a big WSB fan but for £50 may as well, nothing wrong with the quality of the picture 720 all the way through but the commentary?? A chill went up my spine as soon as I heard the words "Welcome to Phillip Island" and realised it was Jonanthon Green, but hey turn the volume down. Interesting points on the commentary as well as a lot of mistakes, but them saying, and doubt this will kick off a debate because apparently its only Motogp where the riders are not what they seem, that the level of electronics have increased in SBK class and that the Ducati as well as others have last years Motogp package. My opinion get rid of qualifiers they are pointless and give false indication, it also looks as if the forks are struggling with the grip.

RSMick

February 22, 2014 2:06 PM

WSBK » Phillip Island - Superpole qualifying results (2)


shamarone: re: "I took the plunge, not a big WSB fan but for £50 may as well" FISTPUMP...!!! welcome to the darkside. i'll begin constructing your RED saber post haste.
Sham, fist yourself away boy. Nothing to get jubilant about, I have been to many WSB races including the very 1st one at Donington, nothing to get excited about there either only went when I got in for free, which under the last administration who really controlled it since Mclaughlin went bust, through all interpublic and IMS, a large percentage of the crowd were made up of. The £50 was because not paying 14 for one event and certainly not paying for Eurosport crap, but the content on there is 10000000 times better than before well done Dorna! Sham remember those people you said you be out of business by now.


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