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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-02-2010, 10:44 AM Thread Starter
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Just got this from a buddy and thought this fits right in here, I bet a lot of CRs can sing a song of this...

Sad but true...


hey Nolan, what did I ask you at my first trackday riding with you?

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-02-2010, 10:52 AM
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A lot of people ask... but in many cases, if you have to ask you're not ready.

In your case, I held you back until you did what's expected of someone moving on to the I group.

You've come a long way from the guy that just wanted to go flat out.

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A lot of people ask... but in many cases, if you have to ask you're not ready.

In your case, I held you back until you did what's expected of someone moving on to the I group.

You've come a long way from the guy that just wanted to go flat out.
I hope I did..

I got passed by Farrell and Hall this weekend... I wish I would have 1/10th of the skill and bike control of those guys...

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I got passed by Farrell and Hall this weekend... I wish I would have 1/10th of the skill and bike control of those guys...
You do. You just need to go flat out.

"When in doubt, use full throttle. It may not improve your situation, but it will end the suspense."
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You do. You just need to go flat out.
yea but when even I go flat out I need some parts afterwards, plus my dry weight is still 100lbs over their wet weight...

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yea but when even I go flat out I need some parts afterwards, plus my dry weight is still 100lbs over their wet weight...
Ummm..... Brian Blume is no light weight and runs 10's @BHF

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Ummm..... Brian Blume is no light weight and runs 10's @BHF
So you're calling Brian fat?

ok, once I have as many laps and money in my bike ( usefull money not crash fixing money) as those guys, we can come back to this topic...

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I got passed by Farrell and Hall this weekend... I wish I would have 1/10th of the skill and bike control of those guys...
Tell me about it. My very first race was combined with the experts in unlimited supersport. Experts went out in the first wave and us amateurs shortly after. Farrell caught me on the last lap and stuffed me into T1 and then Hall showed me a wheel going into the bus stop so I took the outside line. I was running low :16s and they still lapped me. I felt a sense of accomplishment in my third race race where I went fast enough to keep that from happening again.

FWIW- I heard Jason say he is wide open throttle from the exit of T4 all the way through T5!

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FWIW- I heard Jason say he is wide open throttle from the exit of T4 all the way through T5!
Flat out.

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Tell me about it. My very first race was combined with the experts in unlimited supersport. Experts went out in the first wave and us amateurs shortly after. Farrell caught me on the last lap and stuffed me into T1 and then Hall showed me a wheel going into the bus stop so I took the outside line. I was running low :16s and they still lapped me. I felt a sense of accomplishment in my third race race where I went fast enough to keep that from happening again.

FWIW- I heard Jason say he is wide open throttle from the exit of T4 all the way through T5!
I was standing in T5 and saw him doing that... bike sideways and not hearing the motor screaming any less... just WOW

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They were flat out in 4-5 all day. It was mind boggling watching it.

But just about everyone in A was moving quick

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