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conor - Unregistered

August 15, 2010 9:48 AM

the whole yamaha crew could have been taking it easy or it could be that the yamaha has traction issues in the wet which is causing them to be slow


August 15, 2010 11:02 AM

i think wha you are seeing with the split in times is are the people liek Spies and Rossi rising around on their dry setup bikes in the damp so get a feel for it while some people either had a drier session or worked on a damp wet setup... either way its a gamble, i would rather know how my dry setup acts when its damp and keep myself of pitching it in the gravel if it gets wet than have a wetter type set up to switch to if it does rain... hope for dry and if it does rain than do the best you can and make the most out of timing the bike switch as that has much of a part in track position as having a soft wet setup and trying to make up time in conditions you arent going to make much ground

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