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Old 01-28-2009, 05:36 PM   #41
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snap, look what i found in the FIM GP rule book

1.21 Behaviour During Practice and Race
1) Riders must obey the flag signals, the light signals, and the
boards which convey instructions. Any infringement to this rule
will be penalised according to the provisions of article 1.22.
2) Riders must ride in a responsible manner which does not cause
danger to other competitors or participants, either on the track or
in the pit-lane. Any infringement of this rule will be penalised with
one of the following penalties: fine ride through
disqualification withdrawal of Championship points
suspension.
3) Riders should use only the track and the pit-lane. However, if a
rider accidentally leaves the track then he may rejoin it at the
place indicated by the marshals or at a place which does not
provide an advantage to him. Any infringement of this rule during
the practices or warm up will be penalised by the cancellation of
the lap time concerned and during the race, by a ride through.
Further penalties (such as fine disqualification withdrawal of
Championship points) may also be imposed
you're still having sleepless nights aren't you??????
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Old 01-29-2009, 08:29 AM   #42
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LOLOLOLOL, hahaha im a dork. Forgot i copied a link to email a friend........unless Rossi is a little funny black man now my link is how you say...............a big **** up.
Its worth the watch to get a laugh this morning though, haha

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you're still having sleepless nights aren't you??????
you know it LOL
nah, super Bayliss and Shakey erased the pain
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I love watching them go down the hill, where the camera is stationary on the upper left. F...ing bad , they are smoking through there.

Anyone actually ridden on Laguna Seca before? That hill looks just nasty!
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I love watching them go down the hill, where the camera is stationary on the upper left. F...ing bad , they are smoking through there.

Anyone actually ridden on Laguna Seca before? That hill looks just nasty!

see how many times Stoner nearly loses the rear
I think an MH'er called Twisted Metal said he's ridden it but I could be wrong
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I love watching them go down the hill, where the camera is stationary on the upper left. F...ing bad , they are smoking through there.

Anyone actually ridden on Laguna Seca before? That hill looks just nasty!
Never rode on the track, but been there for gp.
The corkscrew is MUCH taller in person than on tv
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see how many times Stoner nearly loses the rear
I think an MH'er called Twisted Metal said he's ridden it but I could be wrong
Yeah I would be rolling off about 300 yards before he pegs the throttle through there... just amazing !

I don't see how they don't catch air through that corner though? Pretty amazing to hit that corner that fast, any way you look at it!
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The corkscrew is always commentated as being a three story drop. It's crazy how they have to snap it over to the right immediately after the left at the top. I've seen that race on TV a couple of times and no one seems to have any wrecks there either.
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The corkscrew is always commentated as being a three story drop. It's crazy how they have to snap it over to the right immediately after the left at the top. I've seen that race on TV a couple of times and no one seems to have any wrecks there either.
here's the only two that really stick in my mind
Doohan gets it wrong


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I thought he was a goner watching this live
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