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Entertainment Theme Tracklimits: Oliveira criticizes new system with pressure sensors

13:40  09 may  2021
13:40  09 may  2021 Source:   de.motorsport.com

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According to Miguel Oliveira, the new pressure sensors can be triggered if you do not exceed the tracklimits - drivers concerning this topic

In the MotoGP season 2021, the tracklimits NEW with pressure sensors are monitored . If a driver comes with a tire beyond the edge stone out on the green area, the system automatically reports to the race line. The lap time is deleted.

This cost Maverick Vinales (Yamaha) in Portimao in qualifying one of the front starting places. In Jerez, Franco Morbidelli was deleted the time after FT3, which he had to compete in Q1. Since the decision fell late, the hectic in the Petronas box provided.

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In Jerez qualifying, KTM driver Miguel Oliveira caught KTM driver. He was deleted his fastest round, which cost a start series. The opinions about the new system with pressure sensors is controversial. Some are for this, others see improvement potential.

"I do not want to raise my energy," Oliveira waves, but still says, "I do not agree with these sensors. But so it's just. What could you do? The system goes in principle in the right direction, so it reliably is working."

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"The thing is that our tires are very wide. You can trigger the sensor without exceeding the tracklimits. You are very close But you are still on the edge of the curb. The best example is Vinales. You can see that in the supertime magnifier. "

"When the tire is loaded, it becomes a little wider. This can trigger the sensor without exceeding the track limits," Oliveira believes. "We're all on the limit. It's not great if a good round is deleted. We must discuss it in the future."

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For the race line, the new system in principle has the advantage that the sensors report if a driver has exceeded the track limits. The technique says yes or no and not a human eye based on a video.

"I cost that in Portimao the chance to be at the front", Vinales sighs. But he also knows: "It's the same for everyone. Difficult to tell if you can change something because it applies to all classes and not just for the MotoGP."

But there are also advocates of the new system. This is, for example, World Champion Joan me: "We know that the system is very accurate now. You just have to be careful. I do not complain about me. If you are outside a millimeter, then you are clear. I prefer it because there are fewer discussions with the race management. "

with images of Motorsport Images.

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