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Talking Post CCS BHF 6-9/10-06

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Sat.
MW GP - 2nd
GTU - 3rd

Sun.
UL SS - 3rd
MW SS - 3rd
UL GP - 5th
MW SB - 2nd

Before this weekend's events, Chris was in 4th overall points Midwest Region.

BTW some other CLSB'rs were racing, but I'll let them tell their own.

Special thanks to Grouch for your help this weekend.
(don't talk to him in the morning before his coffee)

Also thanks to the others for help and encouragement. (I'll try to list everyone but I'm afraid I'll forget someone, so please don't be offended.)
The main group includes: Marshall, Peter, Molly, Paul M., Barry, Chris I, Mike, Steph, my wife, Matt D (remote by phone), Joe "The" Pirelli guy, Jon G, Hernan, Vic, Ben, Uri, and more.

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"Repairs end December 31. 2011."

OK, it was a tough day.....back open again!!!
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That's why they call him the Grouch :P


Had a fun weekend, even though I was a no-show on Saturday but Sunday was great with almost perfect weather. Don't remember specifically what my results were but I think it was like 5th to 7th place finishes in the LWT and Supertwin races, and got my first 3rd place trophy in the LWT GP race (there were only 5 people total on that grid though :P)

Most fun of the weekend was racing w/ a guy on an RC51 in Supertwins for 3rd, I was on his ass the whole way and passing him every time he screwed up but he'd always get me back on the straights. Eventually lost that battle and 2 more positions when I missed a couple of shifts, but it was sweet

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Marshall crashed on the warm-up lap of one of the races. Just as we were all talking about how many idiots there were crashing during warmup, we all looked over and saw Marshall throwing it away

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I only ended up getting one race in as I had a slight problem with the exhaust fitting up. But after scrounging around the pit area Michael Jordan (No not jumpman) gave a piece of aluminum that fixed it. I signed up for Supertwins on Sunday, and had a blast.

I still need to figure out how to start that Mille compared to the SV with the power difference, plus a hydraulic clutch as opposed to a cable clutch it's going to take some practice. Anyway I was last on the grid started bad, but managed to pick a few guys off here and there and ended up 7th so I was pretty happy. I'm hoping with more saddle time on this bike I can kick it up a notch and hopefully run in the top 5 for Ex Supertwins. Not easy since Paul James, and Brian Lacy both run in there so we'll see.

But man did it feel good to be back out there...

JonGu, you never stopped by, oh and we saw Superspud coming down pit road from 6-Gate midway through one of the races, did he crash?
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I gotta remember to come find you guys next time, your bike is the same #724 as your avatar pic right?

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I gotta remember to come find you guys next time, your bike is the same #724 as your avatar pic right?
Yep #724 it is. We usually pit in the turn 6 area, and next time I might have the SV too, we'll see I still have to get some parts for that one.
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Congrats Chris and Butch! How did Marshall do?
I'll leave the details up to him to explain, but I saw a check and trophies at the end.

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Nice work Chris! My results weren't near as exciting. 12th in GTO, went off track once in 7 and kept it up. 12th in GTU, went off track once in 7 and kept it up, dropped down to 1:19's. There are some VERY fast guys on MW bikes out there. Yesterday was a rough day for me. I went through 3 brake levers and had to withdraw from my last race because I ran out of them. Still a very fun weekend where I learned a lot, and have more to aspire to in future events.
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Nice work Chris! My results weren't near as exciting. 12th in GTO, went off track once in 7 and kept it up. 12th in GTU, went off track once in 7 and kept it up, dropped down to 1:19's. There are some VERY fast guys on MW bikes out there. Yesterday was a rough day for me. I went through 3 brake levers and had to withdraw from my last race because I ran out of them. Still a very fun weekend where I learned a lot, and have more to aspire to in future events.
MW is probably THE most competitive class, the expert MW guys I think are running 1:11's that are running up front. Ryan Hall is is FAST guy is doing 13's and finishing 7th in the Expert MW classes. But it will make you faster though.
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... how in the world do you break *3* brake levers without crashing?

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All I know is I gotta work on my fucking starts. My races are ruined by my lack of launching ability on the stupid 250. All I managed this weekend was a 1:16.6 for a fast time and a 3rd in expert LWGP. I got beat by a 125 in that race too. Spent 3 laps too many trying to get around Kevin Van something or another and by the time I got around him the 125 had a 6 second lap lead on me and all I could close up was 2 seconds before I ran into a lapper and just ran out of steam.
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All I know is I gotta work on my fucking starts. My races are ruined by my lack of launching ability on the stupid 250. All I managed this weekend was a 1:16.6 for a fast time and a 3rd in expert LWGP. I got beat by a 125 in that race too. Spent 3 laps too many trying to get around Kevin Van something or another and by the time I got around him the 125 had a 6 second lap lead on me and all I could close up was 2 seconds before I ran into a lapper and just ran out of steam.
Sounds like you and I need to go to a dragstrip and work on launches man.
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It was great to see everyone there!!! The weather turned out to be okay.

I'm still having a hard time with the new bike so I busted out the '05 (ol' trusty) I went almost 2 seconds faster on the '05 then on the '06, turned a personal best chasing Brian Hall (#69) in MWSB did a 1:10.003 on my way to the win. It was tough wasn't sure if Iwas going to be able to catch him...



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MW is probably THE most competitive class, the expert MW guys I think are running 1:11's that are running up front. Ryan Hall is is FAST guy is doing 13's and finishing 7th in the Expert MW classes. But it will make you faster though.
Absolutely aggree with that. BTW only 2 guys in Am MW did 13's this weekend.

My son and Curt Henderson.
Best Expert MW time was 10!!!!! Way to go Dano!!!
Curt sports a MDRacing built motor on a '05 CBR600RR and my son runs a stock '05 R6.
These 2 will be the ones to watch for this season as they battle out the MW class championships. A couple other guys have some good point totals but cannot run the times these two are running. Curt has had some of the best grid spots lately and is one of the best starters I've seen all year. Once he gets a gap the race is pretty much over. Chris on the otherhand, has had terrible grids but runs through traffic extremely quick. When he gets a decent start he is on the podium. Worst finish of the year is 8th. That was after gridding in the wrong spot and a penalty accessed. He was dead last through the 1st corner at MAM by over 5 seconds and worked his way upto 8th in a 7 lap race.
Chris and Curt have each beaten the other. Can't wait to watch them battle out a close one where it is just them out front.

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... how in the world do you break *3* brake levers without crashing?
I crashed 4 times this weekend. Once Saturday in practice lowspeed lowside in the wet, no damage going into T5.
Sunday morning practice I went fishing in T1 and found it's not near as easy to ride back on the track as T7 is, especially after you hit the pond and need to slowdown before the tire wall. I flipped the bike, dented the tank, cracked the skins a little, broke a clip on, a brake lever, and one stalk of my fairing stay.
In HW SS on the first lap an RC51 missed a shift and parked it and to keep from a$$packin him in 7, I grabbed the brake, lost the front and broke a front brake lever on the first lap.
In MW SS, I made it to the last lap in the middle of the field, patiently following another R6 just trying to finish a race in decent position when a meathead on a kawi thought he'd win the race in T6 and took out the R6 directly ahead of me and ended up taking me out as well. My bike ran him over, but the crash also broke my last front brake lever so I was the only person that couldn't finish the race as a result of that crash.
Now I know why they call it the "meat-grinder" class... just glad my bike was so durable this weekend. I dropped out of ULGP, b/c I was pretty pissed off and frustrated by that point.
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Sounds like you and I need to go to a dragstrip and work on launches man.

oh yeah.. you know Lacy did a 14.4
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That sucks, when you said didn't go well I thought you meant you were just off pace. At least you are OK

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I crashed 4 times this weekend. Once Saturday in practice lowspeed lowside in the wet, no damage going into T5.
Sunday morning practice I went fishing in T1 and found it's not near as easy to ride back on the track as T7 is, especially after you hit the pond and need to slowdown before the tire wall. I flipped the bike, dented the tank, cracked the skins a little, broke a clip on, a brake lever, and one stalk of my fairing stay.
In HW SS on the first lap an RC51 missed a shift and parked it and to keep from a$$packin him in 7, I grabbed the brake, lost the front and broke a front brake lever on the first lap.
In MW SS, I made it to the last lap in the middle of the field, patiently following another R6 just trying to finish a race in decent position when a meathead on a kawi thought he'd win the race in T6 and took out the R6 directly ahead of me and ended up taking me out as well. My bike ran him over, but the crash also broke my last front brake lever so I was the only person that couldn't finish the race as a result of that crash.
Now I know why they call it the "meat-grinder" class... just glad my bike was so durable this weekend. I dropped out of ULGP, b/c I was pretty pissed off and frustrated by that point.
wow.. sorry to hear about your weekend bro. I did see the superspud bike in a few races.
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I'm in for a CLSB drag strip weekend, I know Chris Frye was talkin about it too. My starts are terrible, I didn't realize how bad it was until Guy Bartz buzzed me from a row back at almost a 15mph speed differential within a second of the flag dropping

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I crashed 4 times this weekend. Once Saturday in practice lowspeed lowside in the wet, no damage going into T5.
Sunday morning practice I went fishing in T1 and found it's not near as easy to ride back on the track as T7 is, especially after you hit the pond and need to slowdown before the tire wall. I flipped the bike, dented the tank, cracked the skins a little, broke a clip on, a brake lever, and one stalk of my fairing stay.
In HW SS on the first lap an RC51 missed a shift and parked it and to keep from a$$packin him in 7, I grabbed the brake, lost the front and broke a front brake lever on the first lap.
In MW SS, I made it to the last lap in the middle of the field, patiently following another R6 just trying to finish a race in decent position when a meathead on a kawi thought he'd win the race in T6 and took out the R6 directly ahead of me and ended up taking me out as well. My bike ran him over, but the crash also broke my last front brake lever so I was the only person that couldn't finish the race as a result of that crash.
Now I know why they call it the "meat-grinder" class... just glad my bike was so durable this weekend. I dropped out of ULGP, b/c I was pretty pissed off and frustrated by that point.
All I can say is OUCH!

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oh yeah.. you know Lacy did a 14.4
Yeah he ran a couple of 1:14's even in the Supertwins race

I might actually do a dragstrip day since that's the only place I can think of to actually work on starts besides an Learning Curves day and that's still only 1 session if they do it at all.
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