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Video from Autobahn North - 8/12-13/06

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Contrary to popular belief, you can MOVE in any class at good speed, and there is plenty of open track even on a sold out day. The following videos demonstrate this under each class rules.
Beginner - CR Captain Fred Duncan (HalfFastFreddie) 11.7 meg
Intermediate - CR Ron Hix (RonHix) 40.9 meg


Advanced
Advanced - Ken Sanford (Odysseys) 8.7 meg
Ken was running a slow pace since my tires were fried.


Intermediate
Intermediate - JonGu 3.3 meg
Intermediate - KimF4i 8.7 meg
Intermediate - Troy Malek (XXSIVSPD) 2.5 meg


Beginner
Beginner - Brian Sprouse (Brian) 4.4 meg
Beginner - Brittanie Harbeck (msbrit1) 2 meg
Beginner - Carlos (Stealth) 1.7 meg
Beginner - Chach 1.2 meg
Beginner - Chach (later) 4.2 meg
Beginner - Chris (clearwaterms) 7.9 meg
Beginner - Frank Marks 4.7 meg
Beginner - Greg Kotlinski (gkotlin) 4.9 meg
Beginner - Greg Kotlinski last session (gkotlin) 8.4 meg
Beginner - Jeff Rueth 3.1 meg
Beginner - Lee Berger (lee533) 2.9 meg
Beginner - Sam 3.8 meg
Beginner - Tanya 2.1 meg
Beginner - Tony Filippelli (HDTony) 7.1 meg
Beginner - WalterT 2.1 meg


Beginner - Unknown Riders
Beginner - Red White Bike / Red White Leathers 2 meg
Beginner - Blue White Leathers / Blue Bike 2.5 meg
Beginner - Red Leathers / Black Helmet / Black Bike 3 meg
Beginner - Red Helmet / Blue/White/Black Leathers 1.5 meg
Beginner - Bike 896/Red Leathers (or 869) & Green Leathers Bike 5.1 meg
If anyone knows who the unnamed ones are, please tell me so that I can edit the labels properly. (thanks, names and handles if you know)



Please right click to download. Movies are in QuickTime format.

All Autobahn Video Posted now.

As you can see, I need a volunteer to help keep my windscreen clean in between sessions! Label tapes, provide tapes, cut up video... compress, post... ya da ya da ya da...

In the absence of these things, feel free to drop off a six pack or two in my trailer at the track for the general beer reserves for the NESBA family.

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Didn't work maybe my computer sucks but couldn't find the page.
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You need to make sure you have QuickTime loaded, and it takes a few seconds to start the load.

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Glad it works for you Sam, now git yer ass back to the track!!

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Glad it works for you Sam, now git yer ass back to the track!!


I may try to get out to BHF on Sept 2nd.

Man I was kicking myself !! At the last BlackHawk event, I packed up all my shit a little early because Ken had already left, and I was kinda tired AND because I had no one to ride with. I should have pulled my head out of my ass and come found you guys !!! I came by your trailer to say good bye to who ever was still around & I heard you talkin to Matt about going out for some "fun" laps to finish off the day........ I wish I hadn't packed up & stuck around for one more. You never know which session is going to be the high-light of the whole weekend !

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One from the back of my RS sunday morning. Probably the last time I will be ahead of JonGu for a while.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MPVHRMslLU

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Why does no one record A sessions...i want video of myself...darn!

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I have a video of you at MAM Dave. I'll get it posted for you.

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yea...1 minute or so =( i was hopin to get something from ACC north, but no big deal..just bitching =)

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Cool Videos. It's nice to sit here at work and take a minute or 2 out to watch some race track footage.

One thing I try to explain to people about AB North is that you don't need to go wide going into 5. After taking 4 (Left Hander) it's best to stay to the inside of the entrance of 5 (theres a bump there, but its not too bad) and roll it on to go wide on the exit. Going wide for the entrance of 5 is a waste of time and is not the fast line through there.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MPVHRMslLU
Just had to rub it in huh...

You were lookin good out there though, smooth and it was fun to see you running different lines to try to pass guys on the faster bikes

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PS> Nothing beats SEEING the reality and being able to compare that to your own perception... man, lots to work on!!!

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One thing I try to explain to people about AB North is that you don't need to go wide going into 5. After taking 4 (Left Hander) it's best to stay to the inside of the entrance of 5 (theres a bump there, but its not too bad) and roll it on to go wide on the exit. Going wide for the entrance of 5 is a waste of time and is not the fast line through there.
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I'd be more than happy to help. And as far as Marshall, I can only hope to be as good a teacher as he is some day in the far far distant future.

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Thanks Brian.

PS> Nothing beats SEEING the reality and being able to compare that to your own perception... man, lots to work on!!!

Can't thank you enough,
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Jeff -
Glad to help out. I hope that you notice when you are riding that bike, that it gets out of the corners very well, and pulls very hard on the straights. I miss that bike. Anyhow, at BHF your form was among the best in B group. Hopefully, this video helps make it better and gives you a clear image in your mind of what your form and line is like.

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loving the vids, awesomeness
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Chach, I have some video of you as well. I'll look for it.

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I'd be interested to see if you have any laps on me too.

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Troy, You are 40 in I? Blue tail, yellow plates?

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Ok, I just posted your video #40.

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its amazing how one can feel like they are almost completely horizontal out ther and still be almost straight up and down. damn, i have a lot more to learn, but unlike school this classroom rocks




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