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'Take control' - Awesome slides by Simon Crafar

Must see video featuring former 500cc grand prix winner Simon Crafar talking about his passion for riding, dislike of electronics and performing some awesome slides on a GSX-R1000.



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steve - Unregistered

April 27, 2012 1:00 PM

@firefly no not now that hes past his prime, but in his day he was a great contender and 500gp winner, won doohan at the british gp by about 11 and a half seconds, also 2 other podiums in gp and podiums in wsbk aboard honda and kawasakis.

Ian S

April 27, 2012 4:43 PM

Stuart's comment about rode bikes being made more usable and safer, begs the question if you can't handle it why are you buying it. For racing lets scrap the electronics, as someone once said the throttle works both ways.



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