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  • Reply to: Why There Are No Quick Fixes To MotoGP's Dearth Of Overtaking   38 min 47 sec ago

    if there was no mandated minimum pressure, how low would they want to go. If the teams would like to run say 1.3bar, maybe the tyres are running at their absolute max pressure range to provide decent performance. These supposed underinflation incidents just how far under were they. Michelin are being very cautious, if all these tyres were a bit low with no failures perhaps overly. Maybe lower minimum by.3 and every one is fairly happy?? Probably to simple but just a thought. Cheers Beamer 12

  • Reply to: Why There Are No Quick Fixes To MotoGP's Dearth Of Overtaking   2 hours 2 min ago

    I genuinely think increased tyre pressure is at first a symptom

  • Reply to: Why There Are No Quick Fixes To MotoGP's Dearth Of Overtaking   2 hours 12 min ago
    Wow

    Pretty severe, all right.

  • Reply to: Why There Are No Quick Fixes To MotoGP's Dearth Of Overtaking   3 hours 17 min ago

    use very simple pressure bleeders but these are not allowed in NASCAR. When Ryan Newman´s team was caught back in 2015 for manipulating tire pressures on the 31 the team was hit with some shocking sanctions. I am assured that once in the heat of racing there would almost never be an occasion when it would be necessary in short races like MotoGP to increase pressures, so it would seem that a more sophisticated device (offset by balance weights) would probably do the trick in MotoGP, but there must be some reason that Goodyear is so against it in NASCAR. I don´t know what is done in Formula Just Google Ryan Newman tire pressure to see how this played out.

  • Reply to: Finland MotoGP Race Postponed To 2023 - 2022 MotoGP Calendar Cut To 20 Races   4 hours 43 min ago

    We just don't generate enough downforce to race here, the speeds are too slow and we can't drop the pressures in the Michelin front enough to get them up to temp :)