Motogp Technology

Author: Neil Spalding
Publisher: Haynes Publishing UK
ISBN: 9781844258345
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Aimed at the enthusiast who would like to gain a greater understanding of technical and design issues facing MotoGP constructors, this fascinating book provides detailed analysis of the cutting-edge technology used in the sport’s premier ...

Sportbike Performance Handbook

Author: Kevin Cameron
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781616730710
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A nearly lOOOcc race engine with such an alpine torque curve was a loss-of-
traction accident-in-the-making in every corner. Famous and highly capable
organizations (BMW, Ilmor, etc.) took turns applying Fl engine technology to
motorcycles. Their reward was stunning horsepower output, but with a violent
power delivery that led to a spree of high-side crashes during test sessions. What
to do? The problem was simply physics. MotoGP bikes are extremely light and
have short chassis ...

Cycle World Magazine

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Michelin' Pilot' Power tires incorporate much of the technology that's helped
Michelin win 14 consecutive Grand Prix World Championships. Thanks to a silica
—based rubber compound originally developed for MotoGP racing, Pilot Power
tires have achieved a maximum lean angle of 50.6 degrees on a dry track and a
remarkable 4l.9 degrees in the wet, using a stock sportbike“. This confidence-
inspiring cornering performance is the product of the Pilot Power tires' soft rubber
mix and ...

Cycle World Magazine

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sport for so long. MotoGP Season Review 2006 recaps the most recent go-round,
the last for the ...

Extreme Motogp

Author: Virginia Loh-Hagan
Publisher: Cherry Lake
ISBN: 1634711904
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What is a MotoGP bike like? What does a MotoGP rider need? MotoGP riders
depend on their motorcycles. These are special bikes. They're racing machines.
They can't be ridden on public roads. Regular people can't buy them. Each
engine is individually made. They're made of light, strong material. But they're still
heavy. They weigh about 330 pounds (149.7 kg). They reach speeds of 220
miles (354 km) per hour. MotoGP bikes have a lot of technology. They have 30 to
40 sensors.

Motorcycle Road Racing

Author: Jeffrey Zuehlke
Publisher: Lerner Publications
ISBN: 0822594277
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Nicky Hayden's Official Website http://nickyhayden.com Visit the official website of
the Kentucky Kid, 2006 MotoGP World Champion Nicky Hayden, to get the latest
news, view photos, and watch videos of Nicky's life and career. The Official ...
Saint Paul: Motorbooks International, 2004. Scott, Michael. The 500cc World
Champions: The Story of the Class of Kings. Newbury Park, CA: Haynes North
America, 2002. Spalding, Neil. MotoGP Technology. Phoenix: David Bull
Publishing, 2007.

365 Motorcycles You Must Ride

Author: Dain Gingerelli
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760334749
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CBR600RR Real MotoGP influence, not mere marketspeak Honda's first MotoGP
weapon, the RC211V, doubtless will be remembered as one of the finest race
bikes ever made. The bike won 88 percent of the races in its and MotoGP's debut
year, 2002. The development of both the RC211V and the CBR600RR paralleled
each other, with great heaps of MotoGP technology—such as the unit pro-link
rear suspension, programmed dual-stage fuel injection (PGM-DSFI), fuel tank ...

More Than Cricket And Football

Author: Joel Nathan Rosen
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1496809890
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Most sports aim to provide a backdrop of equality between human competitors,
but technology can confer advantages or disadvantages that could never have
been foreseen during the formation of that sport's traditions. Motor racing has
partially adopted those kinds of codes and regulatory forms at most levels, but its
elite forms, Formula One and MotoGP, are intrinsically all about the technology.
While motorsports of all kinds still change, they are regulated to test the
competitive ...

Cycle World Magazine

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Michelin was the technology leader in MotoGP through 2006, thanks in part to its
C3M robotic manufacturing technology. Originally developed as a means of
realizing costs savings through more accurate use of materials, it turned out to
allow engineers to evaluate conditions at European events, then design tires
closely to those conditions for overnight manufacture and next-morning delivery.
As early as 2001, riders observed that Michelin racing tires had begun to display
a narrow ...

The Video Games Guide

Author: Matt Fox
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476600678
Size: 78.71 MB
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MotoGP recreates ten real-life tracks in Grand Prix mode (the likes ofDonington,
Assen and Le Mans) and though “golding” them is challenging it's by no means
impossible. I wouldn't say that MotoGP is my favorite bike game (I prefer the more
light-hearted fun of Excitebike 64 and Road Rash), but if you want a great-looking
, seriousminded sim then this one is at the top of the tree. Followed by several
rather samey sequels—MotoGP 2 (2003), MotoGP 3: Ultimate Racing
Technology ...