MotoGP » PIC: Casey Stoner gets his elbow down


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bjr - Unregistered

June 02, 2012 11:07 AM

@ pencap80, I hope you have fun and enjoy yourself when you get around to doing your track day.

Don't be backward in going out in a slow group at first to get the feel of things. The ones I've been to don't let passing up the inside or outside in slow groups so that's one less thing for you to worry about. If it's too slow for you then you should be able to change up to a faster group. "Full race" sessions you have to expect the unexpected and the bloke going around the outside of you won't be expecting you to pick up your bike for the bloke going under you at the same time if your early on the brakes ...

I've also seen few guys throw their bikes down the road in the first session of the day, try not to be one of them :-) :-)



6mark6

June 02, 2012 3:45 PM

WOW!!!!!! Casey looks like your elbow and the bikes fairing. You making a fool of the lean angle. Can't wait to see you in action on Sunday. Let the team put more padding on your elbows lol.

10Years - Unregistered

June 05, 2012 2:12 PM

@inconvenience

I guess you weren't watching GP 10 years ago. There is a picture on the web showing Rossi dragging elbow on a NSR500 right behind Kenny Jr.

There is also a famous picture of Rossi dragging elbow on a Fiat Yamaha.

Seriously though, most of the riders in GP can drag elbows, but it doesn't mean it's the fastest way to go around a track.

:-o

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