Polysil – During the Moto GP weekend at Mugello, Gian Luca Falleti and Gabriele Tredozi were in the Suzuki’s box. The couple would start a technical experimentation with the Japanese factory.
Gian Luca Falleti, Nanoprom founder and expert in nanotechnology, launched the Polysil in Formula 1. Last Friday, he was a guest of the team Suzuki. Gabriele Tredozi, former Technical Director of Minardi and current Advisor of Nanaprom in Motorsport, was also in the box of Suzuki. Falleti and Tredozi met Davide Brivio, head of the Japanese team in MotoGP. They talk about a collaboration. However, all information is top-secret. In the future, we can see Suzuki wheels painted with Polysil. So the F1 could enter in the Moto GP. The first target is the reduction of the wheel’s weight through the new system.
With Polysil the F1’s car has a better traction
The new material is a product of Nanoprom, an Italian company. This film retains the wheel rims’s heat. Then returns it to the tires. It improves the warm up’s heat of the tires. The Polysil attracts the heat. Then send it to the wheel rims. During every braking action on a Formula 1’s car, the temperature generated by the brake disc is stored. Then It is transmitted to the rim which. Thanks to Polysil. In the end, it will distribute inside the tire. Out of the track’s corners, the tire will be warmer. So the car will be a better traction.
Nanoprom is a business factory. It believes in research and commercial application of nanomaterials. At the end of years ’90, it began the applications of nanomaterials silica-based. Nanoprom develops the Polysil, a new product for the surface protection. The surface consists of gelcoat and paints, metals, alloys and glass. Then, Tetrapack choose the Nanoprom’s new product to protect all its plants present in the world (steel, aluminium and glass).