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re: "Everyone who has road this track has said its a F1/Car track which makes me wonder how much Input Kevin really had on this Project."
2 words... elevation changes. isn't that what everybody's been slating tilke's designs for NOT having up to this point...?
F1 drivers and aerodynamicists like flat and level. on car side, speed is converted into down force. highest traps speeds (and thus down force) can't be achieved going over hills (although one could certainly get airborne trying to).
in contrast, bike side doesn't give a crap about down force, "mechanical grip" is all we have so enter a modicum of elevation changes to COTA courtesy of one K. Schwantz.