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Old 10-06-2008, 03:48 PM   #61
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Rossi's head angle has always tripped me out. Obviously it works for him, but I just cant imagine moving that fast and seemingly not looking through the turn.
i can only see about 10-15ft. (max) in front of me when i'm cranked over. this is where reference points and learning the track comes into play. as i know where i'm going and where i'm gonna be. guess it's just my rossi-like skills i've acquired

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