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March 03, 2014 9:37 PM

MotoGP » Fastest Lorenzo turns page on Sepang woes

MAG1697: I wonder if Jorge is now going to say that the tires give the Yamaha an advantage.
Are you saying that he said that the tyres give Honda an advantage? He may have been quoted as saying that by some so called internet journo who wasn't there. He said in the interview his style doesn't suit the tyres and they do not seem to suit the Yamaha, he also said that they suit the Honda better.


March 01, 2014 11:33 AM
Last Edited 147 days ago

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

London Underground is an example of how regenerative braking is used, not where to sell the energy, possibly the zeroTT use it mildly . All cars used to run a dynamo linked to the fanbelt before an alternator, dynamo produces DC, alternator as its name produces AC. The last bike's I know of used to run a dynamo were the RD200DX and GT185, they then used to push the current back into the dynamo and use it as a starter motor, hence the big lump in the casing, my RD200 was a dog compared to the 250. I realise its all tongue in cheek. Dorna does know best here though, if they decide no TC, then no one gets TC. Everybody gets the same kit so more emphasis will be on the rest of the package.


March 01, 2014 10:35 AM
Last Edited 147 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.


March 03, 2014 11:12 AM

MotoGP » Phillip Island MotoGP test times - Monday (Final)

You can develope the bike as much as you want, just not the engine. As Ducati have used Marelli for years as have Yamaha it could be said that with their feedback it has helped mould the Marelli system. What is strange, the tests were arranged for 1 team of each manufacturer, why wasn't Avintia, PBM or ART allowed to attend? Cannot really say FTR because it isn't yet and I am not sure it ever will, are they still a company?


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.

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