Dunlop Moto2 & Moto3 Indianapolis Preview
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If that wasn’t enough the preparation for the three world events in October, Sepang, Phillip Island and Motegi is also carried out during August. The equipment and tyres for those races will be sea freighted for arrival in time for the overseas’ Grand Prix.
Clinton Howe, Operations Manager Motorcycle Grand Prix
“We start the second part of the season at what is known as ‘the brickyard’. While the circuit is mostly recognised for its Indy 500 race with high banked corners, the GP circuit includes only a fraction of it, mainly on the start finish straight going into turn one. The rest of the circuit lies within the infield area. The infield surface has very low grip but needs compounds capable of defending against the very high wear and abrasion levels it causes to tyres.
“Last year’s race provided us with a good insight of what would be needed for future events here, so this year the Moto2 tyre allocation will incorporate three of the 3001 rear compound as well as the six of the 3838. The 3001 compound is the stronger of the two and was last raced in Austin. The 302 and 345 front compounds will be available with an even allocation of four tyres each.
“For the Moto3 tyre allocation, the new ‘H’ compound rear will be the only change to last year’s allocation with the other tyres available being the ‘H’ compound front as well as ‘M’ compound front and rear.”
Source: Dunlop Motorsport