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Old 09-16-2016, 07:50 PM   #1
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MotoGP: Nakamoto reveals the hidden downside of winglets

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In explaining why Dani Pedrosa doesn't use the now-popular winglets, HRC vice president Shuhei Nakamoto reveals a little-discussed aspect of their aerodynamics that has been overlooked


In explaining why Dani Pedrosa lacked them at Misano, HRC vice president Shuhei Nakamoto reveals the unspoken disadvantage of the use of winglets on MotoGP bikes…


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