Discussion in 'General' started by Knotcher, Sep 10, 2018.
The sully line doesn't go off track 30 yards later. :P
Is there a map to look at the corner?
The video clearly shows the entire 924 machine and track behind it - the inside bike had more than totally made the pass, the track is theirs.
Let's be fair about bringing up the non-sequitur injuries and ER visits then: Both riders earned an ER trip and Inside Rider needs surgery on her arm as well.
I'm sticking to my conclusion: Inside Rider made an unpredictable move, but Outside Rider needed to avoid it regardless.
Or inside, out a little, then back inside carrying speed throughout.
Like I said originally, still looks like converging lines.
I get that. I'm sayin' don't assign blame when you aren't race direction and people are laid up. This incident doesn't seem to have any clear cut consensus. I'll tell you I won't ever do that, even if I think I am justified because. . . may be I'm not.
Yeah, posting up and assigning blame never makes sense. That part is bullshit.
https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10100711772883555 is a full race that shows the corner and a fair bit of passing in it.
Just by looking at the clip, what if the R6 made a mistake (looks like the forks are getting compress - maybe he/she was on the brakes ?!)
Why didn't the outside rider just avoid ? at 0:07 the front wheel is ahead, at ~0:09 contact seems to occur ...
^^^^^ That there's yer problem
It does if you initiate the entrance and fail to execute the completion...
Clubman is a "sporting class" at WMRRA. No championship points, it's used as a transition from Novice (their own classes) into Expert. Novice run two classes: Effectively C class and A class displacements, and they don't run with their respective classes until they graduate. It's a bit clunky, but it works with our smaller club.
I cannot see how this is insider riders fault? They made the pass the outside rider kind of ran into them. If they were blowing the turn like it looked like he should have slowed up a little and let them fly by???
a very similar incident to me, highsided and broke my ankle in 3 places and 2 toes, couldnt walk for 1/2 a year.
Probably should have stood up there a bit. But it looks like in the beginning the lines were copasetic then suddenly not. Also, we are dealing with wide angle lenses which make it look different than on the bike.
Sometimes its better to give up position then to fight for it when you see a rider on the inside of you.
true that. gopros are super hard to tell actual distances. But if I can see a tail section on your vid you done f'ed it up.
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