7 November 2019

Getting a grip: How to go faster all leaned over

Organised by:

SCI's London Group & The Welding Institute

London, UK

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Technical presentation by Neil Spalding; Author - MotoGP Technology

Neil Spalding is the author of a series of officially licensed MotoGP Technology books. Neil has worked in MotoGP for the last 17 years and writes technical columns for a number of worldwide publications. When away from the circuits he runs Sigma Performance, a supplier of racing slipper clutches. Using illustrations and explanations from his recent book Neil will introduce you to the world of the MotoGP engineers and constructors by examining two major technologies that help make a MotoGP bike different to a ‘normal’ road bike.

18.30 Tea and coffee
19:00 Technical Presentation
20:00 Buffet

Accessibility Grants

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Venue and Contact

The Lancaster Hall Hotel

35 Craven Terrace
London W2 3EL

Conference Team

+44 (0)20 7598 1561



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Additional Info
Exhibition and Sponsorship

An exhibition will take place alongside the conference for companies and related organisations who may wish to exhibit. Please email conferences@soci.org for further information and prices. Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.