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Old 05-14-2015, 12:50 PM   #21
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Especially if you're running "low" pressure
I have never had success with Mitches....they are way too picky about temps and pressures and get greasy quick. Too much sliding. I ran Perrelli Roso Corsas on the 636 and RX but now I run Q3s. No warmers needed for someone at my pace. I also like them because they don't squirm around near as much at the lower track day pressures on the brakes... but I'm a noob so my opinion doesn't matter much. The Q3's are also cheap by comparison.
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Personal opinion really, I've rubbed knees and bows being passed before and it didn't spook me , made me laugh and kind of tow or chase the rider who passed me .
6 foot either side is a recommendation for the non Advanced group.
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Old 05-14-2015, 08:39 PM   #26
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Perfect pass for any level. This is how I tell students to pass. If you try to pass on the outside of the exit, there's a very good chance of getting pushed off the track. Setting up a later apex and get on the gas early is the way to go.

"Inside passing Rule" is talking about pre-apex or mid corner. Once a rider makes their turn-in, the inside is off limits until after the apex.
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Perfect pass for any level. This is how I tell students to pass. If you try to pass on the outside of the exit, there's a very good chance of getting pushed off the track. Setting up a later apex and get on the gas early is the way to go.

"Inside passing Rule" is talking about pre-apex or mid corner. Once a rider makes their turn-in, the inside is off limits until after the apex.
It's no longer a turn after the apex. All your turning is done and now you both should be on the throttle.
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The guy was riding slow enough for level 1 pace and i am a L1 rider. Good pass no matter what.
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