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Here's the fuss about sending a consecutive three-series MotoGP motorcycle – runganSport

This is a fuss about sending the MotoGP motorcycle in three successive series
Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha SRT) MotoGP Burim, Thailand 2019 / runganSport © Petronas SRT.

The next three consecutive races are not only difficult for drivers but also for the team and the motorcycle and other accompanying equipment.

Mottegg, RankanSport – The MotoGP completed the 15th race of the season at the Buriram circuit, Thailand some time ago.

After that, starting this weekend there will be three consecutive races in three different countries located on two continents, namely Japan, Australia and Malaysia.

Three consecutive series this time is not only a difficult task for the drivers, so for the team it is also a difficult challenge.

So the rider and his equipment must be shipped on schedule, first to Japan at Twin Ring Motegi, then to Australia on Philippine Island and then to Malaysia's Sepang series, Malaysia will become a cage race for the new Satellite. Petronas Yamaha SRT, and thus became the culmination of a 35,000km overseas tour.

To control it, each MotoGP team must also overcome logistical challenges. For the Yamaha SRT Petronas team, for the MotoGP motorcycle Fabio Quartaro and Franco Morbidelli and 9.4 tonnes of material in 27 containers must be disposed of in Japan, then Australia and then Malaysia.

Visiting three circuits in three countries and on two continents, cargo spends about 46 hours in the air with six flights over the next few weeks.

The cargo not only includes four Yamaha YZR-M1 engines for both drivers, but also has about 750 liters of fuel.

The team, which handles everything during the weekend of the three races, consists of 29 team members.

The Japanese MotoGP race will take place on October 20, followed by the seven-day Australian MotoGP on the island of Philip on October 27 and the Malaysian MotoGP on November 3. (DN / eV)

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