For the record, I think alot of teams (full of some crazy smart guys I might add!) have struggled with either overheating motors or controllers, neither of which are simple issues to solve. The problem with these motors is that they cannot run as hot as your typical gasoline engine, so using motorcycle radiators and cooling methodology doesn't always get you there. There are other issues introduced as the motor starts spinning at 10,000 + RPM and the switching frequency required to maintain control at that rotor speed. I should also point out that if you don't push the limits from time to time, then you don't make progress. Let's see what happens in the race... I'm optimistic.