What Is The MOTOGP Championship?
The MOTOGP (MOTocross) category of car sports was first introduced to the world in 2000, with the introduction of a new class for motorcycle road-racing competitions. The term “MOTOCROSS” refers to the two classes of motorcycle racing which is the Grand Prix class and the Motocross category. The first category is open to motorcycle drivers of any age who have taken a qualified driving course and who complete a minimum of eight hours of training in a skilled approved environment. The other class is for those who have completed their training but who refuse to take a certificate, or are otherwise not eligible to take the test.
Llivo tells us that his company, the official supplier to the MotoGP Grand Prix teams, has been working on advanced fuel technologies for several years, and that he hopes to introduce a new generation of motor bikes to the market within the next two or three years. “We believe that in the coming years, we will be able to reduce the power of our engines by about 20 percent,” says Livio. He goes on to say that he expects the new generation of motor bikes to have similar power outputs as the current models.
In addition to making power cuts, Livio is hoping to reduce the weight of the bikes by improving the cooling ducts used by the engines. He says that this should reduce fuel consumption, even as the weight is increased by only a few kilograms. “The weight saving can also be done because we do not need to make modifications to the engines in order to improve the speed of the bikes on the straights. We rely on the fact that all the cars do not have wind tunnel facilities, but we use them as a backup. Therefore, we save weight as we do not need to reduce horsepower,” he continues. This should mean that we will be able to squeeze more performance out of our current designs.
Livio also wants to make sure that the production of the CC will continue to grow as the championship grows in popularity. He says that it is important for the company to increase its number of teams who are willing to enter into the races. “We need teams who are competitive to increase our customer base and to promote the brands that we represent in the market,” he adds. With more teams and racers entering into the CC races, it should be easier for Livio to get the feedback from the fans, teams and manufacturers and hopefully create a better motor racing experience for all of us.
In the past, motocross bikes were very big in the markets, but with the emergence of the smaller lightweight bikes; they have lost some of their appeal. However, Livio believes that there is still a big place for the smaller cc in the sports motorcycling world. “It is very important for the manufacturer to bring new models which are lighter, smaller, cheaper and easier to use. In addition, we must develop new technologies in order to support these new models and to continue to push the boundaries of performance of our bikes in the championship races.”
For those who are interested in taking part in the MOTOGP events, you can do so online or you can visit your nearest MOTOGP approved dealership and sign up to take part in the MOTOGP events. To find out more about the championship, you can read the official website at the link below. To keep up to date on information about the events, subscribe to the official website. You will receive regular updates and news relating to the forthcoming MOTOGP events. For more information about the Moped Class and other classes offered by MOTOGP, visit their official website.