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Sachsenring: Curve 11 with Pirelli tires less critical?

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017 | Sports

23. August 2017 – 15:17

Does the Superbike World Championship change from Lausitzring to Sachsenring?

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(cafetheology.org) – It is clear that the Superbike World Championship will not be on the Lausitzring in the coming season. The meeting of the Security Commission was canceled on Friday without a replacement – a clear indication that the WSBK leaders do not believe in a return to the Niederlausitz. By selling to the Dekra, racing activities will be discontinued from next season. There will only be race events when there is a promoter, who will be the organizer.Honda pilot Stefan Bradl fears that the Superbike World Championship will probably not return to Germany in the 2018 season. With the Nürburgring, Oschersleben, Hockenheim and the Sachsenring, however, there are alternatives to the Lausitzring. Many drivers from the Nürburgring swarm in the WSBK paddock, but also the Sachsenring would be a good alternative for Chaz Davies and Tom Sykes. "The Sachsenring is a great course, it would be great to drive there, it would be really cool, the course is different, it is anything but easy," Davies says in conversation with 'cafetheology.org'.Chaz Davies expected No problems in curve 11

MotoGP: Especially in the morning sessions, falls in turn 11

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In the MotoGP drivers' camp, many critical voices are voiced year after year. Above all, curve 11 is in the criticism, because after more than 30 seconds on the left tire flank coolens the right flank of the front tire so strongly that the adhesion breaks away from left to right abruptly. The list of drivers falling behind in curve 11 is long. The Ducati factory pilot does not assume that the MotoGP pilots' Curve 11 with the Pirelli tires would be as dangerous as with the Michelin or Bridgestone tires In the royal class: "With the Pirelli tires I do not see a big problem, it's easy to say that, but I'm already assuming that the Pirelli tires are safer than with the MotoGP tires." Davies.Marco Melandri criticizes unbalanced layout

Marco Melandri knows the Sachsenring from his MotoGP time

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Team-mate Marco Melandri confirms Davies' impression: "I think Pirelli would not have any problems with this curve, I do not think cold tires would be problematic," says the experienced Italian, who has spent years on the cult track in Saxony. But the Italian is not a fan of the short and angled track. "It should be the case that there is a balanced relationship between right and left-hand curves And five percent right, "criticizes Melandri, adding," I do not mind for my taste. "Tom Sykes praises working windows of Pirelli tires

Tom Sykes recognizes significant differences between the MotoGP and WSBK tires

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Kawasaki driver Tom Sykes would have no problem driving with his Kawasaki ZX-10RR on the Sachsenring. The Briton confirms the statements of the two Ducati pilots classify curve 11 as uncritical: "Probably would not be a problem. In Aragon we also have low temperatures and after two long straights and link curves we come to curve 2. The Pirelli tire appears in "Says Sykes. The biggest hurdle for a WSBK run at the Sachsenring is the current limit of noise events. More than three racing events a year are not approved according to current conditions. In addition to the MotoGP, the Sachsenring-Classic and the GT-Masters were in the past.

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