I was at Valley Racing talking to a guy named Bill Casper last week. I'm sure some of you know who he is. He was talking up his new business venture. The way I understand it, he's going to be mounting cameras on bikes this year for a pretty resonable fee. He said he's going to try and work with the control riders and the riders at track days so riders can learn what they did rite or wrong by using the footage caught on tape. I think it would be cool to see what I'm doing on the track from the control riders or a trailing riders point of view and compare it to the footage taken off of my bike.
Has anyone heard anything about this? Jack???????
I'm not trying to advertise for him, I just want to talk it up about this. It seems like a pretty good idea.
He did mention a certain track day organization, but I'll leave that up to him to mention.
I told him I'd talk it up on the board and see what people had to say. He also said he was going to try and work with Rick and see if he would cooperate. Bill Said he would be at RA for the CCS FUSA races.
Grover, maby you get some footage of your track school eh?
50 bucks don't sound like a bad fee to get a whole track day session on good solid digital format.
Oh yea, he also said that he was messing with different mounts. He was talking about industrial suction cups for helmet mount.
What do you guys think, is 50 bucks worth it? You have the footage for the rest of your life.