mercoledì 28 aprile 2010

SBK Assen

This week WSBK arrives in the Netherlands to launch off Round 4 of the series. After Leon Haslam’s terrific rides and Sylvain Guintoli's admirable performances, the Suzuki Alstare team has high hopes going into this round at Assen. With a comfortable 18-point lead over Alitalia Aprilia’s Max Biaggi and placing only once off the podium, Haslam feels extremely confident in both his team and equipment. However, this year’s new track modification at Assen has many talking. The world famous Circuit van Drenthe is now 4.542 km due to changes in multiple areas of the Ruskenhoek chicane, making it shorter overall by a handful of meters and a slightly faster circuit. This change is sure to provide riders with some surprises, and it should make for some heated racing. Haslam and Biaggi remain the frontrunners after Round 3 at Valencia. With the Alstare Suzuki rider consistently pulling off wins and podiums and his point separation from the pack growing, it may seem like his championship title is well in the making. The season is still incredibly young, however, and we can’t forget about Mad Max’s sweep at Portimao, where he took both race victories directly ahead of Haslam. Biaggi also took podiums in both races at Valencia, finishing ahead of Haslam in Race 2. With these types of performances it’s a mistake to say the Roman Emperor will settle for second at Assen.
Biaggi is currently second in the overall point standings. His victories at Portimao are still fresh in his mind, and his strong showing at Valencia has given him hope and confidence for the upcoming race at Assen. The battle behind Biaggi is getting heated as Althea Racing’s Carlos Checa and Ducati Xerox Team rider Noriyuki Haga compete for the points lead. Checa is currently third in the overall standings at 80 points. With a win in Phillip Island and a second place finish in Valencia his team is in good spirits about his prospective performance at Assen. Having already placed on the podium twice at the same track in 2008, Checa heads to Assen with pelnty of podium-topping potential. Meanwhile, Noriyuki rests just behind him in the standings with 79 points. Nitro Nori was able to take advantage of a red flag at Valencia’s Race 2 for his first victory of the season ahead of Haslam, Biaggi and Checa."I was very happy to win at Valencia, my first win of the season and I will do my best to back it up with two great races at Assen. Last year went well for us here, actually better than ever before at this track, and at this point I am very aware that I need two similar results this season in order to close the gap," Haga said.
Ducati's Nitro Nori pulled off his first victory of the season at Valencia. He sits just behind Carlos Checa in points and will be looking for a strong performance at Assen to push ahead in the standings. Haga has consistently placed in the top 10, and will be someone to look out for at Assen. Having a slight advantage at this year’s new track layout is Hannspree Ten Kate Honda’s Jonathan Rea and Max Neukirchner. Currently fifth in the point standings, Rea - along with teammate Neukirchner- had a chance to ride the Assen circuit with a two-day test last week. "We had a great test at Assen last week to work on making a good bike even better. The revised corner is fast but I really like the track anyway and I've done OK here in the last couple of years. It's obviously difficult to know how it'll transfer to other circuits but it worked OK at Assen and, without getting ahead of ourselves, I found it quite easy to adapt my riding style to suit the change.” While both are still adapting to their bikes, this sneak preview of the track should make for a quick start to practice and qualifying. Currently seventh in the overall rankings is Haslam’s Suzuki teammate Guintoli. Sharing 50 points in the championship chase along with former two-time World Superbike Champion James Toseland, it will be Sylvain’s first time competing in World Superbike at the Assen track. In a press statement Guintoli stated he was really excited for the races this coming weekend and said he will be going all-out for podiums. This task will be difficult, however, as Yamaha’s Toseland has stated his goal is a race victory for the upcoming races at Assen, where he has a strong winning record.
Carlos Checa had the fastest lap time on Day 1 and had a strong podium finish on Day 2. The Spaniard and his team are optimistic about the next round and will be looking to hold their third-place position in the points. World Supersport Parkalgar Honda’s Eugene Laverty lost a bit of ground during Round 3 at Valencia against Kawasaki Motocard.com’s Joan Lascorz and Ten Kate Honda’s Kenan Sofuoglu. Laverty approaches Round 4 with renewed spirits and plans to fight back starting at Assen, a race he previously won in 2009. Meanwhile, Sofuoglu approaches the Assen event with the same advantage of a two-day test at the track that Superbike riders Jonathan Rea and Max Neukirchner had. Current leader in overall points, Joan Lascorz and his team seem confident and enthusiastic about this weekend. Leading the series by four points, Lascorz is looking to follow up a solid victory at Valencia with one at Assen.

(www.motorcycle-usa.com)


Giornata positiva quella olandese per il team Althea Racing che ha piazzato ambedue i piloti nella top ten in tutte e due le gare.Il circuito di Assen ha visto ancora una volta protagonista Carlos Checa, quarto in gara 1 e sesto in gara 1, in quello che è stato un week end difficile per le Ducati penalizzate in accelerazione e velocità massima rispetto alle quattro cilindri.""E´ stato bello vedere Gara 2 da dove ero io! - esordisce Carlos - Purtroppo c´era una differenza notevole di accelerazione rispetto alle quattro cilindri e la ciclistica non era al 100%. Comunque il bilancio è positivo visti i due piazzamenti. Il materiale che abbiamo è ad un ottimo livello ma ci mancano accelerazione e velocità rispetto alle quattro cilindri. Di più non era possibile fare ma rimango al quarto posto nel mondiale che è ancora lungo”.Soddisfazione anche per Shane Byrne che ha girato in tempi interessanti in ambedue le gare.""Il ritmo è stato infernale - ha detto l´inglese - e le gare sono state molto combattute. Non sono riuscito ad agganciarmi al gruppetto ma sono soddisfatto dei due piazzamenti conquistati"".Genesio Bevilacqua, proprietario del team al termine delle due gare ha dichiarato:""E´ stata una gara nella quale è emersa la differenza di velocità con i quattro cilindri. Credo che con il regolamento tecnico attuale sia praticamente impossibile ottenere di più in accelerazione e, soprattutto, in velocità di punta. Le norme penalizzano il bicilindrico. Carlos mi ha stupito ancora una volta in gara 1, mentre in gara 2 dopo la non felice partenza ha disputato una prova magnifica. Shane nella prima ha dimostrato di non avere ancora acquisito il suo ritmo mentre nella seconda ha trovato un giusto equilibrio. Visti i cronologici può ancora migliorare"".

Leon Haslam
148
Max Biaggi
128
Jonathan Rea
110
Carlos Checa
103
James Toseland
86
COMPLETE STANDINGS

lunedì 19 aprile 2010

il Team Grillini parte alla grande

Vallelunga, 18 Aprile 2010

La prima gara del Campionato Italiano Velocità 125gp ha visto i piloti del Grillini racing Team grandi protagonisti in pista e nelle prove.

Toshimitsu Gondo, sin dal venerdì, si è dimostrato il più veloce in pista conquistando poi la pole con 1'46.668, Massimo Parziani 7° in griglia di partenza e 8° in gara; male la qualifica di Nicolas Stizza 11° in griglia ma bella la sua rimonta in gara, conclusa al 6° posto.Dopo essere partito in pole, Gondo, ha avuto un contatto con Tarozzi al quarto giro, compromettendo la sua gara, ma riusciendo comunque a salire sul terzo gradino del podio dopo una gara all'inseguimento.

Il Team Manager Andrea Grillini si dice molto soddisfatto di questo brillante inizio dei suoi ragazzi: "Toshimitsu si è dimostrato fortissimo in pista e in prova e, se non ci saranno altri colpi si scena come a Vallelunga, sarà sicuramente protagonista anche nel prossimo gran premio a Monza, per quanto riguarda Massimo e Nicolas hanno fatto una buona gara e siamo riusciti a portare tutti e tre i nostri piloti a punti nei primi dieci posti all'arrivo."

Dal sito ufficiale del CIV:

Due giovani italiani e la rivelazione delle prove si sono giocati la gara della 125 Gp. Mattia Tarozzi, Alessandro Tonucci e il giapponese Toshimitsu Gondo hanno monopolizzato gara e podio della prima tappa stagionale, riservando agli spettatori sul palco un finale davvero emozionante.lottare per la vittoria, nel corso dell’ultima tornata, sono stati proprio le due promesse italiane, che con Gondo hanno fatto il vuoto sin dal primo giro.

Gondo (Aprilia n. 52, Grillini Bridgestone Team) si gode la terza piazza, anche se con un po’ di rammarico per una vittoria sfiorata. “Abbiamo lavorato bene e ringrazio il team – dice il pilota di Osaka, parlando in un promettente italiano - Sono partito forte ma poi mi sono accorto che la moto non andava come ieri a causa di un contatto con un altro pilota. So che posso andare ancora più forte e la prossima volta proverò di nuovo a vincere”.

giovedì 15 aprile 2010

Super Frentubo in Valencia!

(race 2) 2 7 Checa C. (ESP) Ducati 1098R 0.025
SSTK 2° Giugliano

SSTK 1000 3° Barrier






S.S
3° Davise


DE PUNIET BRILLANT SIXTH AT QUATAR GP



Losail, 11 April: LCR Honda MotoGP racer Randy De Puniet finished in 6th position the Commercialbank Grand Prix of Qatar at Losail floodlit track. With a track temperature of 26°C the premier class riders got underway the first GP of the 2010 season at 23:00 local time and Rossi gained his first seasonal victory at the 5.380Km track with Lorenzo and Dovizioso completing the podium. De Puniet has been making steady progress in every session this week end showing a good pace on race trim. The 29-year-old experienced a good start from the second row following on from an impressive practice session yesterday when the Frenchman aboard the RC212V qualified 4th fastest. At the end of the first lap De Puniet held the 9th place but started to set impressive lap times ending the race as the second Honda rider behind Dovizioso. De Puniet – 6th De Puniet: “All the week end I was up there and I am very satisfied about this result. My start was not that bad but with a bit of traffic I have got a little bit pushed out in the first corner. After that I lapped a smart race as my pace on race trim was really good like the top guys. At 5 laps to go we were 5 seconds behind the leader which is incredible for us as a satellite team. The hard work we have made in the winter and the long run we have been made adjusting the race map have helped us to get this positive result in the first round of the season”

giovedì 1 aprile 2010

Tubazioni 1/2" Carbonio

La gamma frentubo si amplia con l'introduzione delle tubazioni trecciate in Carbonio da 1/2".

L'interno e' in PTFE idoneo quindi sia per carburanti che per olio,la resistenza alla temperatura
arriva a 240° in continuo.

La Pressione di lavoro e' di 100 bar ed il raggio minimo di curvatura 150 mm.

Il peso al metro e' di 85 grammi .

I raccordi in abbinamento sono filettati 3/4" UNF e sono disponibili in lega di alluminio

e su' richiesta in Titanio grado 5.

Verranno prossimamente inserite nel catalogo e nei listini frentubo con il "sistema adattatori".

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