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post #1 of 161 (permalink) Old 07-30-2006, 01:48 PM Thread Starter
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POST: blackhawk weekend.

WOW its been a while since ive been there ever since my boy past away, god bless his soul.

saturday was FUCKEN HOTTTTTTTTTT OMG i thought ive stepped into hell.

but we made it through! it almost felt like old times sake with me, selston, tom "kneeinpain" and JeffwithaJ it felt great us pitting in our old corner that we call home. we had a blast on saturday playing here and there and helping each other out on the track. i felt great on the track saturday and was rocking here and there after the 1st session.

my lap timer must be broke we were getting weird lap times that wernt correct, but once again hanging with good friends and messing around lap times play no key role!




after i burnt up my rear as planned i almost wasnt gonna do sunday, but i decided since selton wanted to do it and i would be with him i said ill go for it.

so saturday after the last session i changed my rear tire to a MINT dunlop 3 compound tire and when i threw it in the van i thought it would be perfect for the track temp with all the heat.

this morning,well i thought wrong MED/MED is the way to go, my right side was sliding each and every corner through both sessions today so i decided to pack it up and end on a good note with the bike still shiny


all and all i had a great time with you guys and all the other homies this weekend.


just wanted to give a shout out to all the NESBA control riders for the hard work you did this weekend, it was WORK!! no doubt! you guys rock!


to all my other homies out there rocking sunday hope the weather holds out for you, today compared to yesterday felt like a spring day.




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almost forgot yesterday i had 2 chances to kill a fawn but fucked it up

one of the laps coming our T7 a small deer ran infront of me about 5-7feet while i was WOT coming out of 7

the NEXT lap his other little friend was standing dead in my race line while i was on the gas coming out of T7 i said FUCK IT, and went right for him "not much i could do again since he was on my race line and i was carring so much speed still" and like most deer steer away and for some reason they run into you, well at the last 4 feet is moved and i went around its ass by inchs, not sure if my knee hit his ass or not but when i did a QUICK jetter to the right my knee extended.

so who knows, but the track manager went to see if someone else might have maybe smacked his butt cause it look like it lost his footing or i or maybe the guy behind me maybe got a peice of him.

needless to say the fawn is still playing out there in the woods.



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Even though it was ridiculously hot, it was still a blast on Saturday.

Really had fun with you guys, Ken, Sam & Tom... just like old times

Now it's off to Utah (Miller Motorsports Park) next weekend!

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I just got home, the weather on Sunday was so much better, temps were still up, but the humity was down, and made it not too bad.

my new F4i, was tearing that track up! started the day first session out doing 1:28's trying to get used to her. after lunch it was like a switch went on inside me. I was dropping seconds every session, remembering all my old passing tricks and sticking the turns like i could never have done on the old F4. In the last session of the day, i managed to have every single lap be in the 1:21s, even with traffic! i was making passes like they weren't even there. DAMN i love that bike!!!!

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I just got home from there today. I was sweating my ass off in my non-perf'd leathers, but had a friggen blast. See my other post

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It was great to see everyone again. Ken, Jeff, Sam. It's become half the fun, goofing off in the pits in between sessions. BTW Ken, your lap timer was definitely off. Must have picked up a second signal or something. Best lap time I posted was a 1:17.79. So there weren't any 1:12's ... Still great fun, though. Looking forward to Strats Wednesday night.

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Got back a few hours agao. Had a blast for my first track-day weekend. I did manage to have a "small" get-off on saturday morning, but nothing that wasn't repairable. I had the bike all set to go in a few hours and finished the day easily. This morning, I got back on pace and it felt great to be out there.

Wow, what an experience it is to ride on the track To be able to use the whole track from the inside to the outside... and braking.. I've never braked that hard on the street before, amazing confidence builder. I even managed to drag knee on my second lap out there. First the toes (was wondering why my boots had a toe slider ), then the knee pucks.

The control riders were a big help - thanx a lot to RonHix, Wink and 5Axis. You guys were great!

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It was great to see everyone again. Ken, Jeff, Sam. It's become half the fun, goofing off in the pits in between sessions. BTW Ken, your lap timer was definitely off. Must have picked up a second signal or something. Best lap time I posted was a 1:17.79. So there weren't any 1:12's ... Still great fun, though. Looking forward to Strats Wednesday night.

12 untill i noticed that was from AB north

17's and 18's are my normal go get em times so thats good then.


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It was my first time at Blackhawk and I had a blast. I was improving and getting quicker every session so that made me happy. It was good to see a lot of the CLSB people at the track and I apologize if I didn't say hi to some of you. I'm a quiet guy, sorry If I can save some money, I'm definitely going back.

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Awesome weekend!!! Huge tanks to Wink and Ron for good company in the pits and the track can't wait to see the video. The bike felt awesome and I can't wait to get out there again. Didn't crash, got a knee down for the first time, and the last session today I was running with CR Paul doing 1:26's. Hopefully I'll be able to make it to autobahn.

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Hope to see you at ACC North, you are so close to your I-Group bump. Way to ride out there and to continually improve this weekend. It was good to get to know you this weekend.

If you want to do North, we should be able to take you again.

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Again I came away more impressed than ever by the participants. I have no idea how many hands were on Jay's bike, but there was a lot of help from many, many people, thrashing it back into riding shape. And then the cookout was just darn nice !

I have to thank CR Brent for taking the slow trip down the front straight and showing me around BHF.

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Saturday was humid, but had a blast!!!

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I kept waiting for you A-Guys to catch me on Saturday....... um .... .what happened ?



It was very hot...... but fun as always..... great to see everyone.




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Great day on Sunday.. Had a blast even dropped 2 seconds when I wasn't following anybody. Then I had the onset of heat stroke at the bus stop and decided to call it a day by t5. That was a little bit scary. Can't wait till next time. Hopefully by then my stomp pads will have come in.

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Had fun. Damn hot. Drive home sucked though, managed to get a flat on Highway 173 just past Harvard. I heard something bouncing around a wheel well, 5 minutes later my 'check tire pressure' light came on. I hope this thing can be fixed, it's only got 3000 miles on it! And those little cig. lighter powered air pumps are handy, my donut only had about 20 psi in it, which is 40 psi too low!

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It was nice to get back on the track again. Def doing more dates next month & in Sept.

It was great to see everybody this weekend and to meet some new faces!
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I sat out a B session and watched from Turn4; who was the girl on the GSXR? She was flying and had the best body position that I could tell from the whole B group.

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I sat out a B session and watched from Turn4; who was the girl on the GSXR? She was flying and had the best body position that I could tell from the whole B group.
I believe that is kim. Yellow bike. She towed me around to my best lap of the weekend.
I had an awesome time this weekend, besides the heat. The new bike was alot of fun, but is taking some getting used to. Got some good help from Wink, Peter, and the other CRs. Good to see the usual guys and a couple new ones at the track.

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Had a great time this weekend! Thanks again to CLSB and NESBA for the free track day! The track surface wasn't bad at all, and made it through the day without incident. Wish I could have gotten in a groove better, but I had fun none the less. Kim & BFLY, thanks for the tips, and Nolan sorry about the bad luck but at least you are ok.

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Sounds like you guys had a blast. Wish I could have made it but got called into work. Hopefully I'll get my intro in at autobahn.
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Again I came away more impressed than ever by the participants. I have no idea how many hands were on Jay's bike, but there was a lot of help from many, many people, thrashing it back into riding shape. And then the cookout was just darn nice !

I have to thank CR Brent for taking the slow trip down the front straight and showing me around BHF.
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I was there on Saturday and felt a bit out of my element. Riding a 250 in a sea of 750's and 1000's is not fun. Having to make iffy passes just to not bog the bike is not fun. Having some knucklehead wave bye to me on the backstraight is also not fun especially if he pulls that cocky shit and can't even check out on me at the pace I was running. Having a control rider tell me in passing to "be nice to us out there" is not fun. Especially since He didn't even look at me when he said it and left me wondering who the hell he was talking to. I have no idea who the yellow 06 R6 was but brushing my elbow down the front straight was pretty cool. I'll be sure to return that favor in your favorite corner one day. Enough of my whining. Next time I'll bring a 600.

On a brighter note.....It was nice to meet Mr. Wink, Mr. Hix( I was the guy who asked about the guy you work with), and Tom (TomZX6rr?).
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It's the new drug trade and a 2 stage process too... Garth and Matt are working together to take all your money, first Garth pulls you in with offers of free track time to get you hooked, then you start signing up for track days... before you know it, you're there every weekend, camping out next to Matt's tire trailer fiending for fresh rubber. Plus they have these CR's (Crack runners) who spread out all over the internet to pull in the fresh meat...

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