NUOVO RECORD DELLA PISTA A FRANCIACORTA – CONSIGLI DI GUIDA DA FABRIZIO PEROTTI

NUOVO RECORD DELLA PISTA A FRANCIACORTA – CONSIGLI DI GUIDA DA FABRIZIO PEROTTI

October 7, 2019 100 By Kailee Schamberger


You gotta look here. Ok Hello everyone and welcome to this new episode of the series dedicated to the fast riders who do fast laps in this case we have a driver that you may have already seen in some previous videos maybe. Maybe because he did tons of fast laps, we have talked about it often we have Fabrizio Perotti with us. Hello everyone pilot of the national trophy mille, who at the fourth round of the Moto Estate, at the franciacorta circuit set the new track record beating..guess who? himself is keeps self-beating himself, every time he goes to franciacorta, he does the record and beats his chrono last year he made the record with a road bike. yes that of a sponsor with the mono, the cartridges in front however, a completely standard engine, usually everyone prepares it with the original hulls, we instead ran with — with the basic bike. Superbike fairings, original motorcycle. And the exhaust obviously and back then he had already made the new record, since the track had changed 1.9.8. This year he came back aboard yamaha r1 and set the new track record. Fabrizio, this year then, what kind of bike did you have? a yamaha r1 with which I run the national 1000. It’s a bike with a few changes, the fork superbike that gives you the chance to brake a little more later on without having the bike break down and the bike rears up a little later For the rest the bike practically stock but it is certainly a good base for the — the engine in Franciacorta was stock? The engine is what I use in the national there is some work but it is not a super bike and — yeah it’s that. Okay the pirelli tires that they shape in front, the sc1 in front behind I used the zero, to make the fast lap we used the time one compared to maybe a few years ago it has little less grip it’s much more similar to today’s 0 ok so it’s a tire that maybe makes you do more laps at the expense of a few tenths less well let’s start now with the video we are going to see and the tour of the good fabri let’s start the video and tell us a little about how you drive in franciacorta. So, braking the penultimate corner, so we are entering for the good lap here we try to stay very right to keep the gas constant when shifting, and then open hard when exiting, but it breaks up a little when accelerating, we exit second third fourth, and then we downshift in second — here the braking is important let’s go to the apex, and reopen all the gas at 100 percent unbraked and then delay the entrance of curve 2 reopen the gas one hundred percent here we brake again and go off of constant gas in the direction change between 3 and 4, and then we reopen the gas here How did you enter I entered fast.. what matters is to give a little more gas to not suffer too much the asphalt. Left corner here, first, second gear and we open full gas here I made a small mistake, I exaggerated. I didn’t reach the apex We have full gas we brake here we have to delay so we close we try to straighten as soon as possible to open the gas first second third limiter white line second first and here we try to stay glued to the right to being able to have the best trajectory, always with constant gas and then going – oh wow — you made fall in love. I was already in love before – but this lap.. it was great. but I ask you, at this point what are the key spots of franciacorta? where do you do the time? At the the small curve that leads to the straight on the back, so at about 11 which now became 10th ’cause they removed the turn, but yeah ok — and then the last two 89/5000
we always calculate that with a thousand the important thing is to succeed in making the ideal trajectory to be able to give 100 percent of gas as soon as possible. Ok if we enter fast in those curves there and then we go out even just half a meter from the ideal trajectory then we take the gas late we go out wide we can’t unload HP — so riding with 1000 is like this sacrifice some entrances to go out faster. Ok so it may be a good idea for those driving the 1000 when maybe approaching a new track go to identify all those curves that enter the straight and make sure to Focus on which one, to get out as fast as possible. Yes, it is fundamental with the thousand, sometimes it is not even possible exploit all the centimeters in the exits of the track because the important thing is precisely edging, delay a little to straighten the bike soon, the more time we are leaning, you know it, the harder it is to unload the hp — so yeah you gota try to edge these curves, the one – two – three are important curves mileage, but a big difference compared to someone who goes a second or more seconds slower than us we don’t do it on the last curves yes, here in franciacorta, In fact I wanna rewatch some things I notice somethings from your onboard. The first one at 3-4 I see that you are quite to the right in change direction, so you keep to a quarter of the track, to the right yes this is a a critical turn, we remember that when you have cold tire this is a bit of a bastard however we must always sacrifice the first then the right keep the gas constant, which is something that so many do not consider so many open gas, close and turned to the other side instead with constant gas, driving was a bit more difficult because we are forced to use a little more the body to make it turn but we keep the speed of the bike when changing, and therefore we must not give open hard in exit but we succeed in — so here, in curve 4 – you enter the 3 closed gas then normally one for the change of direction what does he do? gives a little gas to straighten the bike then closes it to make the other curve and then give it back, so what do you do instead? give the gas to raise the bike and then when you bring it down to the left do you keep it? I keep it constant yes, the fact is that I don’t give it much otherwise the bike goes a long way but a bit of constant gas helps me to keep the bike a little more balanced, you don’t have too much load transfer that in some curves it helps with the narrow but in that a little more open then it creates you problems in exit because it has the mono perhaps exhaust, rear exhaust, and when you give gas it loses, many do highside there, for this reason WRONG EXAMPLE (MINE) RIGHT EXAMPLE (FABRI) and on this variant also on the last one is important instead to work with constant gas. ok so for example a track like Varano, the second very narrow curve, the important thing there is yeah gotta close the gas RIGHT EXAMPLE (FABRI) For example.. wait let me see if I get it. Misano curve right right – then change direction to go left, there you keep the gas. I work with constant gas and this gives me an advantage exiting, I have more speed than other drivers and maybe I get there because I didn’t close Let’s say that in any case it’s also subjective, for example at Mugello also another track and on the first variant I close the gas when changing ok second curve that a little more open I hold the gas — yeah! in the first one you close it because because you have to make it curve so much because it has so much the second one instead you gotta cut so much to learn! also… you have an eye bigger than the other today is a problem of conjunctivitis I believe I’m like One eyed willy You can see it much? In case we’ll make it show even more and then going on I noticed that, in the curve where I exploded last year how can you enter so fast! I have not yet understood the limit of that curve there you tried it but you didn’t understand it so I think the important thing there is to keep some gas because like with the car, we take a bump and we are braking we suffer it a lot, if we keep a little gas we jump on it, so even the fork suffers less I helped myself there with some gas then I also noticed that — you notice too many things! I see everything! here– we have curve 7 on the right and then 8 on the left do not delay the entry of 8, you immediately jump in, why? no, both 7 and 8 (I never remember the numbers) I do less possible way I try to be narrow, I use my body to make the bike turn sooner, so the rotation according to me there is an advantage because in any case I can straighten out the bike soon I lean the bike for less time, so rather to make a very round line and do many meters, I prefer to get under, then brake so I have the fork that crushes I turn the bike so instead of taking it all wide with the idea of delaying it to go out, that is, you immediately throw yourself in with the idea of throw yourself down, turn it and then — yea I think with the 1000 it’s something that works because the less time you stay in the corner the better . ok another thing I’ve noticed is this when we get to the last curve I tried to experiment also different lines or that of entering the last corner a little wide and then go to connect the end but you throw yourself into it immediately tight … the same concept of before, and the second thing that if you look, stop, tac look at half a meter from the curb we have — go back– the asphalt is not good so the closer you are to the curb the more the asphalt is beautiful and allows you to have an angle of lean, to enter with the brake if you’re too long instead you risk that it closes this riding evolution style, because you have to put the front wheel in a space like this, which is what goes from the white line to the worn out part, I really believe in that course because I apply it and it works you have to work with precision and this allows you – then another thing I noticed, that since I saw you do it I do it too But I also see many who are doing something different here coming out of the last corner you had to change direction, you do it practically on the grass that is on the right while instead I see people who maybe go out a little more and they are already thrown out of there that is, they do not delay so much – here is the problem if you go there you will certainly earn a tenth because you are faster but then at the exit you take the gas in your hand later, and when you take the gas in your hand the bike is more bent, consequently it enters the electronics, the traction enters and you do not make speed in the straight line, which is what matters therefore losing a tenth means to then to earn maybe 7 8th on the straight because you got at 240 instead of 228 you earn 10 11 12 km/hr a secret to make the record next year: when you are getting ready for the lap you make the right line when instead you are finishing the lap, since the chronometric survey is immediately after here, it is here surveyed you cut it, who cares if then at the end of the straight you lose a second.. you have earned half a tenth I’m sure you’ll see me fall if I try this you go in with the tires I’ll try, I promise. We’ll find you where they do the driving courses Thanks Fabri it’s nice this video because, not only did you explain how to drive in franciacorta, but you gave us a series of tips that for example I will try to apply in mugello in misano or other tracks, I am pleased and you will see that tomorrow you will also have conjunctivitis I think its how do you say it can happen– yeah? eye against eye tomorrow I’ll be like this very well, this video was wonderful, thanks for watching this video, thanks also to Fabri, thanks to you, for coming here and explain to us how to drive subscribe to the channel if you are not yet registered and see you next video bye bye bye