Presentation on theme: "２００７ ＵＡＭ Ａｓｉａ Ｎａｔｉｏｎｓ ｏｆ Ｒｏａｄ Ｒａｃｉｎｇ ｉｎ Ｊａｐａｎ Tsukuba Circuit Riders Briefing May 10, 2007 Motorcycle Federation of Japan."— Presentation transcript:
２００７ ＵＡＭ Ａｓｉａ Ｎａｔｉｏｎｓ ｏｆ Ｒｏａｄ Ｒａｃｉｎｇ ｉｎ Ｊａｐａｎ Tsukuba Circuit Riders Briefing May 10, 2007 Motorcycle Federation of Japan
Tsukuba Circuit Established 1970 Lengths ＝２，０７０ｍ W ｉｄ eth ＝ 10 ｍ～ 15m
Course Turn 1 (55R/35R) Main Straight ２８２ｍ Turn ３ ７０ R Turn ４ 27R Turn 6 20R Turn 5 35R Turn 7 ２５ R Back Stretch 437m Turn 8 100R Turn 2 105R
Paddock UAM Paddock space will be pit no. 1 through 6. In the paddock area, no one can rider any motorcycle except otherwise permitted. Smoking will be permitted only at designated smoking area.
Course in Course in must always take place from Gate B. All motorcycles must be pushed into pit lane when when practice and races.(red dot line shows where you have to push your motorcycle) In pit lane, make up 2 lines and start under the instruction of officials concerned.
Pit Out Entering a course from pit road, you must rider along corner stone until the end of 1st corner.(follow blue arrow)
Pit in Pit in road is located before entering last corner. When you will go into pit in road, you have to show a sign to following rider either by raising hand or left leg) Pit in road entrance
Course out Must use always Gate C to out from pit lane.(follow red dots) Must not engine running after through Gate C, you must push your motorcycle to you paddock.
Pit lane Speed limit in pit lane is 60km/h. There will be penalty for this speed limit violation. Signaling board must be given to your rider at behind the yellow line in front of pit box. During practices and races, returning to the paddock will be taken as retirement from practices and races concerned.
Ambulance There is no service road at Tsukuba Circuit so ambulance will be on the track when accident happen. When ambulance will go into the track, white flag will be shown. It is permitted to overtake ambulance but not another riders from the post white flag shown waved until passing the accident point.