MISANO WORLD CIRCUIT MARCO SIMONCELLI
P4...FINISH IN MISANO👏👏@valeyellow46
VALENTINO ROSSI🔊🔊 “During the weekend we had some points of the track where I was not strong enough, and at the end the race was a little bit what we expected because the top three had a better pace throughout practice. So, I arrive fourth, it's a shame for the podium but also we take a little bit too much gap from the top three, so we need to work harder and try to be more competitive in the next races.
"During this season we're struggling about the rear grip, especially compared to Quartararo, also a little bit with Maverick, they accelerate better, they are able to open the throttle with more grip and they exit from the corner better.
“After the stop of the summer break, we modified the balance of the bike, and looks like we improved compared to the first half of the season, but it's not enough, because I'm better in braking, in entry I'm not so bad, but in acceleration we lose. So we need to find the solution for being strong in that area.The good thing for us during the weekend is that Yamaha are competitive, and looks like the other manufacturers have some more problems compared to us. Maverick and Quartararo are faster, and me and Franco are a little bit more in trouble, especially in the exit of the corner. Maybe we are taller - maybe it's that, maybe no, we don't know. But we need to find a solution for us to be stronger." #sanmarinogp#motogp#valentinorossi#valeyellow46#vr46#aldodrudi#race#special#drudiperformance#helmet#bikelife#motorcycle#popologiallo#design#closeup#sunday#46#colorful#iostoconvale#supersic58#agv#tribute#marcosimoncelli#monsterenergy#gopro#forzavale#bt#italy#sun#moon
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PIT stands for Passive Integrated Transponder. They are small radio transponders with a specific code, which allows individual animals ( like sharks) to be assigned a unique 10 or 15 digit alphanumeric identification number. It’s like the microchip your cat or dog might have in case they get lost. The tag is implanted under the skin just under the first dorsal fin of the shark using a special syringe. A special scanner ( think like items at the store beeping at the register) is waved over the area to see if a shark already has a tag and if so, what the number is. These tags essentially provide a bar code for each animal. If caught again scientists can see growth rates as well as movement. ⠀