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Nieuwe procedure kwalificaties motoGP 2005

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  • Nieuwe procedure kwalificaties motoGP 2005

    Just one qualifying session for MotoGP in 2005
    News, 17/09/04

    [/b]:;] The qualifying grid for the MotoGP World Championship in 2005 will be decided by just one qualifying session, instead of the current format of two sessions on two different days. The three other practice sessions will not count for the formation of the starting grid.

    MotoGPÂ’s ruling body, the Grand Prix Permanent Bureau, have also confirmed the recent decision taken unanimously by the Grand Prix Commission (formed by representatives of the FIM, Dorna Sports, the Team Association IRTA and the Manufacturer Association MSMA) which will see the end of races in the MotoGP class being interrupted by rain.

    The new rule, which will be in application from the beginning of the 2005 season, states that races will not be red-flagged because of the weather conditions, although other circumstances still can led to their interruption.

    This new format, called flag-to-flag, leaves the decision whether to enter the pits or not in case of rain, and when to do so, in the hands of the riders and teams. It is still to be regulated whether or not they will be allowed just to change tyres or to switch to their second bike, prepared with wet set-up.

    The FIM has also approved that teams and riders entered in the MotoGP World Championship will not be allowed to test at any circuit between the 1st December of one year and the 20th January of the following year, both dates being inclusive.

    (Nog geen tijd gehad om het int nederlands te vertalen, moest iemand goesting hebbe be my guest)
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    Just one qualifying session for MotoGP in 2005
    News, 17/09/04

    [/b]:] The qualifying grid for the MotoGP World Championship in 2005 will be decided by just one qualifying session, instead of the current format of two sessions on two different days. The three other practice sessions will not count for the formation of the starting grid.

    MotoGPÂ’s ruling body, the Grand Prix Permanent Bureau, have also confirmed the recent decision taken unanimously by the Grand Prix Commission (formed by representatives of the FIM, Dorna Sports, the Team Association IRTA and the Manufacturer Association MSMA) which will see the end of races in the MotoGP class being interrupted by rain.

    The new rule, which will be in application from the beginning of the 2005 season, states that races will not be red-flagged because of the weather conditions, although other circumstances still can led to their interruption.

    This new format, called flag-to-flag, leaves the decision whether to enter the pits or not in case of rain, and when to do so, in the hands of the riders and teams. It is still to be regulated whether or not they will be allowed just to change tyres or to switch to their second bike, prepared with wet set-up.

    The FIM has also approved that teams and riders entered in the MotoGP World Championship will not be allowed to test at any circuit between the 1st December of one year and the 20th January of the following year, both dates being inclusive.

    (Nog geen tijd gehad om het int nederlands te vertalen, moest iemand goesting hebbe be my guest)
    in't kort dus:

    - 1 qualifiquatie sessie ipv 2 (de andere trainingsessies tellen niet meer)
    - Er wordt niet meer afgevlagd tijdens de race door weersomstandigheden (wel voor andere zaken oa: ongevallen, ....)
    hierdoor zouden de racers en teams de keuze krijgen om binnen te komen voor regenbanden of doorijder op droge banden (al is het nog niet zeker of deze wisseling zou mogen, evt wisselen van motor ook mogelijk??)

    mijn mening: ze maken er een formule 1 hapening van, seffens mogen ze binnenkomen om te tanken?! hetis verdorie een Motogp, geen endurance race!!!

    soit, de laatste zin is gewoon een verbod om te resten op GP circuits tussen 1dec en 20 jan
    tis altijd ombouwtijd ....

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