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FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix
Decision of the Grand Prix Commission
The Grand Prix Commission, composed of Messrs. Carmelo Ezpeleta (Dorna, Chairman), Ignacio Verneda (FIM Executive Director, Sport), Hervé Poncharal (IRTA) and Takanao Tsubouchi (MSMA), in the presence of Javier Alonso (Dorna), Claude Danis (FIM Safety Officier) and M. Paul Butler (Secretary of the meeting), in a meeting held on 09 December in Madrid(Spain), unanimously decided the following:
Application 2011
1.
Practice Time schedule:
Two days for each class.
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MotoGP: 4 sessions of 60 minutes.
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Moto2: 4 sessions of 45 minutes.
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125cc: 2 sessions of 45 minutes (morning) and 2 sessions of 30 minutes (afternoon).
2.
Grid position for each class: 3 riders per row.
3.
Generator for tyre warmers are permitted on the grid for the 3 classes.
4.
In MotoGP, only the GPS provided by Dorna is permitted.
Application 2012
For Moto3
1.
ECU: There will be a single supplier. Proposals must be handed to the FIM and Dorna by 28 February 2011 at
the latest. The final decision will be announced by the GP Commission on 19 March 2011.
See specifications below:
Requested hardware features for Engine Management:

Single-cylinder management (2 independent fuel injectors, one ignition driver)

Up to 14,500rpm

At least 10 analog inputs (0-5V 10bit resolution) for analog sensors and temperature sensors

UEGO lambda sensor input and management

At least 4 input capture for wheel speeds and crank/cam sensors

At least 4 ON/OFF inputs for switches

Fuel Pump relay driver

Stepper motor driver for throttle bypass/exhaust valve

High speed CAN line (1Mbit/s)

PC-ECU plug’n’play communication cable

Internal data logger:

At least 8Mbyte internal memory

Not less than 200Hz max sampling frequency

Not less than 64 max logging channels

CAN line data download
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Requested software strategies:

Ignition/injection management

Self-mapping with lambda closed loop strategy

Not less than 3 engine maps selectable by the rider

Pit limiter

Traction control

Power shift (i.e. ignition cut-off)

Launch control

IDLE (i.e. engine brake) control (throttle bypass)
Software equipment:

Engine and strategy calibration tool

Logger management tool

Data download/analysis tool for logged data (2D)
Miscellanea:

Track attendance at all events (Moto3 races and DS/IRTA tests):

Technical assistance to all teams

Assistance to FIM for regulations checks/enforcing

ECU quantities: 40pcs for the 2012 season, spares stock for 5 years

Base calibration for any engine entered to Moto3
2.
TYRES: There will be a single supplier. Proposals must be handed to the FIM and Dorna by 28 February 2011 at the latest. The final decision will be announced by the GP Commission on 19 March 2011.
3.
FUEL/OIL: There will be a single supplier. Proposals must be handed to the FIM and Dorna by 28 February 2011 at the latest. The final decision will be announced by the GP Commission on 19 March 2011.

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Well more sessions means more time to fine tune the race setups... This equals better races.... hopefully..

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