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Sensor mounted on the sphere, blow with hard rib protector

The impact with the material simulates a rigid based protection with very evident peaks, these peaks show the deceleration of the sphere, and furthermore this force isn’t softened immediately it lasts several tenths of a second.

Sensor mounted on the sphere, blow on MIR Pro-TorEIP

The impact with the material simulates a rigid based protection with very evident peaks, these peaks show the deceleration of the sphere, and furthermore this force isn’t softened immediately it lasts several tenths of a second.

Blow with seat having no protection

The blow drags on

Blow on MIR Pro-Tor EIP

The blow is softened in intensity and duration

OUR READERS CAN HAVE SOME FUN AND TRY TO SEE THE DIFFERENCES, EVERY TIME THAT WE LOOK AT THE GRAPH THINK ABOUT WHAT AYRTON SAID: “I HAD FURTHER CONFIRMATION THE MORNING AFTER WHEN I WAS PLEASED TO SEE THAT I DIDN’T HAVE ANY BRUISES ON MY TORSO AND NONE OF THE USUAL PAIN, WHICH ISN’T AT ALL VERY NICE”.

VROOM INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE 89

Vroom Kart International #183 - September 2016  

In this issue: FANTASTIC 4 Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart/Vortex – KZ), Fabian Federer (CRG/Modena Engines – KZ2), Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG/Parilla –...

Vroom Kart International #183 - September 2016  

In this issue: FANTASTIC 4 Marco Ardigò (Tony Kart/Vortex – KZ), Fabian Federer (CRG/Modena Engines – KZ2), Pedro Hiltbrand (CRG/Parilla –...

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