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04 | Gran Premio bwin de España (Jerez) | 2 - 4 May

Circuito de Jerez
(Jerez de la Frontera)
CATEGORIZATION
MEDIUM
TIME SPENT BRAKING
23%
AVERAGE DECELERATION
- 1.36 g
BRAKING ENERGY PRODUCED
6.7 kWh
More difficult brakings
MAX FORCE
ON BRAKE LEVER
01
7.2 kg
05
7 kg
06
6.7 kg
MAXIMUM
DECELERATION
1.6 g
1.3 g
1.6 g
CIRCUIT DATA
Length:
4,423 m
Laps:
27
Number of brakes:
8
Commento
The track is one the MotoGP drivers' favourites with points which favour overtaking. The "hops" caused by the undulations of the asphalt, require well balanced, easy to handle motorcycle, which is stable when braked to be able to attack in the faster curves. The track is characterized by two very demanding cut outs (the 1 and 6)characterized be deceleration greater than -1.6 g and one of the most demanding in the work for the braking systems.

CIRCUIT DATA | BRAKE X

Initial speed x km/h
Final speed x km/h
Stopping distance x m
Braking time x s
Maximum deceleration x G
Max force on lever x kg

 

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