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if it's that close switch riders and you will have the reverse....



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if it's that close switch riders and you will have the reverse....
1,2 seconds is not close

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HEY!!!

That's one of the tracks here. My best time there is 1.51.5 and I'm not that good. The key to a good lap time is getting through the corner with as much speed as possible because as you can see there are pretty big straights after them. I know that's the key everywhere but it's really important here. I just think that it's awesome that you printed something from here. My avatar is from that track, last corner. The track is 5.4 km long and it's actually a pretty fun track.

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HEY!!!

That's one of the tracks here. My best time there is 1.51.5 and I'm not that good. The key to a good lap time is getting through the corner with as much speed as possible because as you can see there are pretty big straights after them. I know that's the key everywhere but it's really important here. I just think that it's awesome that you printed something from here. My avatar is from that track, last corner. The track is 5.4 km long and it's actually a pretty fun track.
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5.4 km? I thought it was a shorter track.

And 1.51.5 looks pretty good congrats , but you have a track prepared bike and those were bone stock ones.
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5.4 km? I thought it was a shorter track.
Sure is..here's the site to them

http://www.melluzzo.it/autodromo.htm

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And 1.51.5 looks pretty good congrats , but you have a track prepared bike and those were bone stock ones.
Yes (kinda/ not really..it just looks pretty good), but those weren't just any riders. Weren't they from motosprint? I don't know I haven't seen the article yet.

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Yes (kinda/ not really..it just looks pretty good), but those weren't just any riders. Weren't they from motosprint? I don't know I haven't seen the article yet.
Yes, that's from a motosprint article.
I haven't read the article, i just got that scan from an italian site.
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Yes, that's from a motosprint article.
I haven't read the article, i just got that scan from an italian site.
The guys/girls from Motosprint have a race school that they go all over Italy teaching, most of their instructors were at one point or another good professional racers too.
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The guys/girls from Motosprint have a race school that they go all over Italy teaching, most of their instructors were at one point or another good professional racers too.
Ok, now i see what you meant.
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