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Old 06-17-2007, 07:45 PM   #41
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Old 06-17-2007, 08:49 PM   #42
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What you are saying is fine and all except for one major detail. There were no flaggers on the track which put a lot of people in danger when he went down on the parade lap. This coupled with people that have never been on a track was a disaster waiting to happen. I am glad that he was the only one hurt. It could have been much worse. I am not blaming Buck or anyone else but the person that rode over his head in this particular ordeal. It was a parade lap and a wet one at that. He should have ridden accordingly.

This from the guy leading by example sliding a quad on knobbies in the rain with bikes crawling around. Who was putting people in danger? By that logic I put you all in danger by asking you to come out to the track on public roads, where other people actually drive too. It's fine line between overbearing and "Aw man that sucked..." to the free for all you imply. Besides the guy who crashed and you I was very pleased. Ever been on a CMRA parade lap? That's when you feed the corner workers who's been bustin' thier hump for the pleasure of others all morning. Ever done a parade lap with another organizer? Yeah I thought not. And imagine we had the audacity to ask stunters to wear helmets..........
Next one we'll line you all up and crawl around the track at 10mph. Sometimes you just have to let natural selection take it's course. Stupid hurts.
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Old 06-17-2007, 09:16 PM   #43
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This from the guy leading by example sliding a quad on knobbies in the rain with bikes crawling around. Who was putting people in danger? By that logic I put you all in danger by asking you to come out to the track on public roads, where other people actually drive too. It's fine line between overbearing and "Aw man that sucked..." to the free for all you imply. Besides the guy who crashed and you I was very pleased. Ever been on a CMRA parade lap? That's when you feed the corner workers who's been bustin' thier hump for the pleasure of others all morning. Ever done a parade lap with another organizer? Yeah I thought not. And imagine we had the audacity to ask stunters to wear helmets..........
Next one we'll line you all up and crawl around the track at 10mph. Sometimes you just have to let natural selection take it's course. Stupid hurts.
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Old 06-17-2007, 10:03 PM   #44
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Buck, I wasn't blaming you. I was very much pleased and I enjoyed the all of my time on the track I even told you that. I know that the corner workers are not out there and I am sorry it sounding like I was blaming you but I wasn't. I was just responding to the post by Mullatto's thread as far as the way people were responding out on the track (other riders). I have been on other parade laps as well. So I know the difference Buck. Yours are more laid back and for that I thank you. I didn't blame anyone but the guy that fell for riding over his head.

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Old 06-17-2007, 10:20 PM   #45
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[QUOTE=bdmpastx]Buck, I wasn't blaming you. I was very much pleased and I enjoyed the all of my time on the track I even told you that. I know that the corner workers are not out there and I am sorry it sounding like I was blaming you but I wasn't. I was just responding to the post by Mullatto's thread as far as the way people were responding out on the track (other riders). I have been on other parade laps as well. So I know the difference Buck. Yours are more laid back and for that I thank you. I didn't blame anyone but the guy that fell for riding over his head.[/QUOTE]

I know and ride with the guy(TNT.ENT.) that went down on the blue R1, and he is the last guy to ride over his head. My bro on the phitty was hanging with him. It was wet and he rolled a lil too much on throttle. It sucked and he was fine just a lil sore today. He even made it back to the track.
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Hence he shall be known as Crash Junior from now on.....

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