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BHF Recap? Anyone?!

Well I know for a fact that a bunch of you psychos chose to ride through the weather this weekend - where's the post?

In spite of the conditions some of you were looking smooth out there. I was having too much trouble getting my skirt off to get some laps in - but as I sat there drinking, I was rooting for ya!

Congrats to those that kept it up, sympathies to those that got bit.

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post #2 of 42 (permalink) Old 05-15-2006, 10:12 AM
 
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I went on Sunday. I rode up there and it was cold and wet. All of that changed after lunch. It stopped raining and the track dried up pretty quickly. The last few sessions were great. The sun was out and it was warmer. Overall it was a very good day. I got some practice in the rain and some decent dry sessions at the end.
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Yea, got a bit water logged on Saturday. But Sunday afternoon made up for it. Thanks for rooting for us Patrick! LOL!

After weekends like this one, I am seriously considering getting some rain tires.

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Doesn't NESBA have rain insurance?

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Doesn't NESBA have rain insurance?

hmmm, I recall reading that somewhere....

I imagine that is based on whether the track is open or not, decided by the track management.

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Well, I'll give it a short summation.

This was my first time at BHF, and I was happy to have it in inclement weather. Yep, I know I am nuts, but I really enjoyed getting a chance to learn a new track without having to care about low lap times.

Zippy and I ran every "A" session, drizzle, rain, hard rain and in sunshine. It was great to see some of the guys out there ripping it up on Rain Tires. I am with Ron, next paycheck, I am getting some. I figure they'll last quite a while, and make the wet running all the more fun. (Hopefully I'll get some... and Ron doesn't I got to run some good laps with Ron out there and get pushed around a little bit. He was having fun with me out there and we were laughing side by side through T6 a couple of inches apart. I think we gave the crowd in T5 a little entertainment a few times.

Anyhow, we had a relatively safe weekend, I'd guess less get offs than we would have on a dry weekend. We had a crash in T1 (B-group) and the guy hurt his hand and had to go into get it cleaned up. And of course, we had a crash in the dry at T6 (B) by Carol Drucker. For those interested http://www.nesba.com/TrackTalk/bb/Fo...ML/002358.html on the NESBA board.

On Saturday night we had an all out party. Drinking, grilling and partying... it was a super time in spite of the weather.

Lemme see, what else? Oh yeah, Mr. Ron Hix got bumped down to B. That is, he was a CR for the I Group, and this weekend he was the B-group Captain, be sure to solute him the next time you see him.

Umm, tips... don't run HARD tires in the rain.

All in all, another wonderful weekend with a great group of people.

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Lowsided in t4 first session. Slick as ice. I was putting around and still lost it.

Discretion is the better part of valor, eh?

edit to add: Huge props to NESBA. My front rim was trashed, and Garth made sure I got the crash insurance, so I didn't eat the cost of Sunday's session

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Sat wasnt to bad. I went out about every session. I enjoyed the expirence of riding on a wet track.

Really learned throttle control, and got to listen to my bike alot.

All in all, not a bad weekend. Got in about 3-4 good sessions in on Sunday afternoon, so im happy!

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If the track says it green there is no refunds. If no one puts a wheel on the track before noon you get a refund. Simple as that.

That was the first time I did a wet track day. It was interesting. Having the front slide around under braking and the back slide on the gas is a learning experience to say the least. And having both tires slide mid corner is a diamond making moment.

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Rode in the rain Saturday and it was fun!

Got 'too sexy for my shirt' on 7 and went into the swamp, shiny-side up , but the day worked out for me. Even with the rain.

Had a few wipeouts in the B Group.

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Good learning opportunity really. Lot to be learned from riding in the wet.

The pace is much slower so you have the time to really focus on things like body position, throttle control, "feeling" the traction, etc.

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I hate rain!

I did practice losing traction a lot though, not by choice, but a learning experience regardless.

Last few dry sessions I think I did just as well as last year, so I guess I'm off to a good start for this season.

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i ran the 3 morning sessions in the rain on sunday. i was the ass-hat out there flying around passing everyone i could on street tires my best time in the rain was a 1:42

after a get-off coming out of turn 7, i twisted my knee pretty bad and decided to call it a day. looks like it was nice and sunny after i left

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after a get-off coming out of turn 7, i twisted my knee pretty bad and decided to call it a day. looks like it was nice and sunny after i left
Sorry to hear about your knee Alex.

And, oh yeah, that track was SWEET Sunday afternoon. It felt good to put the hammer down after so many wet sessions.

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Sorry to hear about your knee Alex.
yeah.. shit happens.. i have bad knees, and it doesnt take much to fuck them up, iced on the ride home and by the morning its all good again.

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Rode in the rain Saturday and it was fun!

Got 'too sexy for my shirt' on 7 and went into the swamp, shiny-side up , but the day worked out for me. Even with the rain.
I was behind you when you did that... I was glad to see you stand right up! I did a little dance out of T6 on Saturday as well, but only Ron got to witness my ass shake!

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Rain riding is always...'interesting'. I did my first race in the rain, and a few track days (Gratten being one of them). Not bad, but glad I didn't go this weekend. I finally got the title and registration taken care of on the Warrior though

How was your pit area? the spot by the trees between T4 and T5 is notorious for collecting water during rainstorms.

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I did a little dance out of T6 on Saturday as well, but only Ron got to witness my ass shake!
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I was behind you when you did that... I was glad to see you stand right up! I did a little dance out of T6 on Saturday as well, but only Ron got to witness my ass shake!
If it was the 2nd/3rd to last session, then I did.
I was watching at the exit. Way to hold it together. A little rump-shaker never hurt anyone.

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We pit right next to the Tech Building. No worries, all was fine. Not a good weekend to be in a tent though.

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We pit right next to the Tech Building. No worries, all was fine. Not a good weekend to be in a tent though.
Yeah, that's what I meant. I've pitted by T4 and T5 with a tent during a rainstorm before. It sucks, all the water from the pit road goes there, as well as the runoff from the trees. It's pretty much a swamp after a 1/2 inch of rain.

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I ran every session on both days. Lots of fun in the rain, even if I only ran a 1:50 out there. Last session of Saturday it was just me and Adrenaline Junkie out there. Nice to have a totally open track.

Sunday was great. After lunch the times just dropped and dropped. After chatting with Marshall, the last session I ran a personal best of 1:22 chasing after Melissa and Alantino.

BTW, Pilot Powers rock. I was a little leary of running street tires out there, especially on my 750, but everything I threw at them, they could handle. Braking in the rain, they stuck like glue, braking in the dry, glue. Hard on the gas in the dry, stuck like glue.

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My first time out on new bike with new 208 Gps was kind of fun???? Something about both tires sliding in five five did not appeal to me much. After lunch was able to put the bike to it's paces. Found out I was riding a saw horse once I get going. Checked sag in both ends and found the problem. Will get it fixed before RA.

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sunday.....started off not so good but im glad we didn't call it a day. slower speeds helped me with my lines and sliding the rear tire a little. the afternoon ended up being beautiful and Ron helped me with some body position issues i was having. This was yet another day that i was glad to be a part of the clsb/nesba gang. I have run with the other track clubs in the chicagoland area, nothing bad to say about them but NESBA is definitly where i like to spend my hard earned cash.

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Overall had a great weekend. Saturdays rain gave me a chance to take a slow look at a new track for me. And thanks to CLSB and NESBA for great FREE day on sunday. Had a great time out there in the afternoon. Special thanks to CR Peter for all the help, along with the rest of the gang. And a big thanks for the BBQ on saturday night.
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I had a great time out there with you guys. I spent 9 rain sessions over the weekend basically doing body position drills. After all that rain riding, I turned into a timid sloth in the dry. But I sure had a great time, especially Saturday night. That was so much fun talking to everyone and hearing your stories. I talked a lot to Carol.

When we heard she was badly hurt the next afternoon, we just got suddenly quiet. It took some wind out of my sails for riding the next session. Went anyway, and we took turns exploring the giant patch of oil dry in 6. That stuff seems to have pretty good traction, btw.

I could not believe the number of "B" and "I" riders who braved the rain. When I was in the "I" group, it was me, and one or two other crazies. Now, it's most of each group out there. What happened, is everyone following my bad example? The level at NESBA keeps rising.

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SHEESH.. you'd think posting links would have been better

j/k got any pics of the yahoo on the F4 in the rain?

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Checking in and reporting that a very good time was had despite the conditions. I explored some of BHF's adventure terrain but came away fine and my bike is well too, although we both are in need of some cleaning up.


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