UEM RR09 Technical Regulations for EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP MOTO3 2011 Final

08-08-2011

RR09 TECHNICAL RULES European Moto3 2011
Contents RR09.1 RR09.2. RR09.3. RR09.4. RR09.5. RR09.6. RR09.7. RR09.8. RR09.9. Engine .................................................................................................... Inlet & Fuel System ................................................................................ Exhaust System ..................................................................................... Transmission .......................................................................................... Ignition, Electronics & Data-Logging ...................................................... Chassis................................................................................................... Wheels & Tyres ...................................................................................... Materials & Construction ........................................................................ General...................................................................................................

RR09.10. Numbers & backgrounds ........................................................................

Noise limit may be a maximum of 105 dB/A.2 3. Ignition. No other moving devices (except injectors) are permitted in the inlet tract before the engine intake valve. . only air or air/fuel mixture is permitted in the inlet tract and combustion chamber.5 5.1 3. The use of a Data-Logging system is free..4 2.9 Engine 4-stroke reciprocating piston engines only. measured in a static test at 5.3 2. Inlet & Fuel System RR09. Exhaust System RR09. Single cylinders only.1 5.5 2.9 Variable-length inlet systems are not permitted. Other than engine sump breather gases.1 4.3 1. Valves timing system must be by chain.2 2. controlled by the ECU is allowed.7 2. Transmission RR09. Only normal unleaded fuel with a maximum lead content of 0.Technical Rules RR09.3 The Electronic Control Unit (ECU) is free. no supercharging.000 rpm. Electro-mechanical or electro-hydraulic clutch actuating systems are not permitted. No oval pistons.8 2. which must be controlled exclusively by mechanical means (e. Fuel injectors must be located upstream of the engine intake valves..0 bar.8 1.2 1. Engines must be normally aspirated. Electronics & Data-Logging RR09. Maximum bore size: 81 mm. Pneumatic and/or hydraulic valve systems are not permitted. No interruption of the mechanical connection between the rider’s input and the throttle is allowed.1 1. Any quality of oil may be used.g. Idle speed adjustment by means of and air bypass system.2 5. Cable) operated by the rider only. No turbo-charging.6 2. baffles.11.4 4.1 2. valves. No moving parts (e. Maximum of 2 fuel injectors and 2 independent fuel injectors drivers Fuel pressure must not exceed 5. Maximum of 1 ignition driver.) are allowed in the exhaust systems. Variable valve timing and/or variable valve opening systems are not permitted.2 2.2 A maximum of 6 gearbox speeds is permitted.3 Variable length exhaust systems are not permitted.005 g/l (unleaded) and a maximum MON of 90 (see also Art.5 1.2 FIM Technical Rules for Grand 2011) is allowed. 2.6 1. The traction control systems are not allowed.1 1. Only one throttle control valve is permitted.g. Engine capacity: minimum 200 cc and maximum 250 cc.3 3.7 1.4 1.

10. Minimum total weight of Motorcycle + Rider: 148 kg.7.2 8.7 7.1 The front plate must be located in the middle of the fairing’s front or on the side facing the official time keeping staff. The numbers and backgrounds will be as follows: Background Number White Black Moto3 .4 Chassis Chassis must be of a design and construction which is free within the constraints of the FIM Grand Prix Technical Regulations. The only permitted wheel rim sizes are: Front 2.4 8. If they are fitted. on a % w/w basis. Brake discs must be made from an iron-based alloy. 10. Engine crankcases.1 6. cylinder blocks and cylinder heads must be made from cast aluminium alloys. Suspension systems must be of a conventional passive.6 6. Springing must be by means of coil springs made of Iron-based alloys.2 Rear or side numbers are optional.6 Materials & Construction Construction materials must comply with Article 2.1 Number of machines: the team may only use one motorcycle per rider. must govern the same rules as the front.1 The only materials allowed for the wheels rims are Mg and Al alloys. Camshafts.10 Numbers & Backgrounds 10. 10. Connecting rods. mechanical type.RR09. for Iron based alloy) must be the most abundant element in the alloy. “X-Alloy” means the element X (e.4 Backgrounds must be of one single colour over an area large enough to provide a minimum clear area of 25 mm around the numbers.8 8. Pistons must be made from an aluminium alloy.2 6. the decision of the Chief Technical Steward will be final. Only numbers between 1 and 99 will be admitted. Active and semi-active suspension systems and/or electronic control of any aspect of the suspension and ride height is not permitted.9 9. Numbers from 1 to 9 can be wider. valves and valve springs must be made from Esther Ironbased or Titanium-based alloys. Wheels & Tyres RR09.5 In case of a dispute concerning the legibility of numbers.5 8.3 The dimensions for the number plates must be: 140mm x 25mm minimum.1 8.g.3 8.3 6.50” x 17” Rear 3. Fe. crankshafts and piston pins must be made from Iron-based alloys. RR09. General RR09.50” x 17” RR09. 10.10 of the FIM Grand Prix Regulations.

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