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Australian GP…from a braking point of view

Melbourne is an urban track that winds its way through the Albert Park streets. It is a fast track and quite demanding for the brakes. The 9 braking zones on the track are all medium-high level difficulty for the braking systems and are characterized by variable decelerations. Because it is a non-permanent track, during the race weekend it is gradually rubberized, which causes an increase in deceleration and brake stress in terms of wear and temperature.  Length: 5,303 m  Number of laps: 58  Type of circuit: Hard  Number of brakings: 9  Time spent under braking per lap: 15%   Turn by turn   It will be interesting to note the braking zones and where the 2014 cars start...
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