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Juzh wrote:
Fri Mar 27, 2020 5:36 pm
Since we're in for a long wait till a next time an f1 car will go round a track I'm restarting a youtube channel. First video below. There'll be more like this one coming up.

Nice.

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The dude in yellow.
Wait for it.
8)

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Shifter karts 115+ MPH, 13 laps, outstanding track, and you’re on board with a racer.

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Chuckjr wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 8:50 am
Shifter karts 115+ MPH, 13 laps, outstanding track, and you’re on board with a racer.
https://youtu.be/XjSuzzorTXQ
The closest I've been to racing around that circuit is on a Mountain Bike, great track and great memories watching the British Superbikes there.

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Chuckjr wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 8:29 am
The dude in yellow.
Wait for it.
8)
https://youtu.be/rDJZjdKai24
:lol:

These comparison races are popular things but just show that specialised kit is better in a given situation. Run that again on a circuit and the big bikes would be long gone, of course. I prefer the "chase" races where different race cars / bikes set off at staggered intervals and try to catch each other by the end (which, of course, they always do).

But good video all the same and the guy in yellow at the end is priceless. =D> :lol:
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Just_a_fan wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 9:28 am
Chuckjr wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 8:29 am
The dude in yellow.
Wait for it.
8)
https://youtu.be/rDJZjdKai24
:lol:

These comparison races are popular things but just show that specialised kit is better in a given situation. Run that again on a circuit and the big bikes would be long gone, of course. I prefer the "chase" races where different race cars / bikes set off at staggered intervals and try to catch each other by the end (which, of course, they always do).

But good video all the same and the guy in yellow at the end is priceless. =D> :lol:
Is there a 'rule' that the bikes can not stay out wide? I feel the road bikes would do better with a more constant 'curve' and keep the average speed/throttle ?? (I know nothing of this type though)
One test is worth a thousand expert opinions

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Big Tea wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 11:49 am
Just_a_fan wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 9:28 am
Chuckjr wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 8:29 am
The dude in yellow.
Wait for it.
8)
https://youtu.be/rDJZjdKai24
:lol:

These comparison races are popular things but just show that specialised kit is better in a given situation. Run that again on a circuit and the big bikes would be long gone, of course. I prefer the "chase" races where different race cars / bikes set off at staggered intervals and try to catch each other by the end (which, of course, they always do).

But good video all the same and the guy in yellow at the end is priceless. =D> :lol:
Is there a 'rule' that the bikes can not stay out wide? I feel the road bikes would do better with a more constant 'curve' and keep the average speed/throttle ?? (I know nothing of this type though)
I think it would be the opposite, the road bikes are the heavier, so their cornering speed is the lowest. Thats the reason for the guy in yellow to win, his bike is the lightest as it´s a special bike for that kind of track, where power means almost nothing and everything is cornering speed, so weight is a lot more important than power, suspensions, frame...

A moto3 or even better a light 125cc 2strokes would do better than those Suzukis

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Andres125sx wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 11:42 am
Big Tea wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 11:49 am
Just_a_fan wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 9:28 am


:lol:

These comparison races are popular things but just show that specialised kit is better in a given situation. Run that again on a circuit and the big bikes would be long gone, of course. I prefer the "chase" races where different race cars / bikes set off at staggered intervals and try to catch each other by the end (which, of course, they always do).

But good video all the same and the guy in yellow at the end is priceless. =D> :lol:
Is there a 'rule' that the bikes can not stay out wide? I feel the road bikes would do better with a more constant 'curve' and keep the average speed/throttle ?? (I know nothing of this type though)
I think it would be the opposite, the road bikes are the heavier, so their cornering speed is the lowest. Thats the reason for the guy in yellow to win, his bike is the lightest as it´s a special bike for that kind of track, where power means almost nothing and everything is cornering speed, so weight is a lot more important than power, suspensions, frame...

A moto3 or even better a light 125cc 2strokes would do better than those Suzukis
But it would make the 'bend' way less severe and keep more tyre in contact with less variation
One test is worth a thousand expert opinions

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Big Tea wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 11:56 am
Andres125sx wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 11:42 am
Big Tea wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 11:49 am


Is there a 'rule' that the bikes can not stay out wide? I feel the road bikes would do better with a more constant 'curve' and keep the average speed/throttle ?? (I know nothing of this type though)
I think it would be the opposite, the road bikes are the heavier, so their cornering speed is the lowest. Thats the reason for the guy in yellow to win, his bike is the lightest as it´s a special bike for that kind of track, where power means almost nothing and everything is cornering speed, so weight is a lot more important than power, suspensions, frame...

A moto3 or even better a light 125cc 2strokes would do better than those Suzukis
But it would make the 'bend' way less severe and keep more tyre in contact with less variation
Sorry but I don´t get what you mean :oops:

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Andres125sx wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 5:50 pm
Big Tea wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 11:56 am
Andres125sx wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 11:42 am


I think it would be the opposite, the road bikes are the heavier, so their cornering speed is the lowest. Thats the reason for the guy in yellow to win, his bike is the lightest as it´s a special bike for that kind of track, where power means almost nothing and everything is cornering speed, so weight is a lot more important than power, suspensions, frame...

A moto3 or even better a light 125cc 2strokes would do better than those Suzukis
But it would make the 'bend' way less severe and keep more tyre in contact with less variation
Sorry but I don´t get what you mean :oops:
The wider the arc the less the turn. In close it is almost a hairpin, from wide out even though it is a longer distance it is more of a sweep and less variation of the throttle so easier to stay closer to the limit.
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Ah ok, thanks. But I don´t think that would be faster at all, easier to stay closer to the limit does not mean quicker, doing more distance on a track that small means they would need to be much much faster, and I don´t think the speed difference will be worth

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Andres125sx wrote:
Thu Apr 02, 2020 11:19 am
Ah ok, thanks. But I don´t think that would be faster at all, easier to stay closer to the limit does not mean quicker, doing more distance on a track that small means they would need to be much much faster, and I don´t think the speed difference will be worth
Perhaps just a personal 'feeling'. Others may differ. I am comparing it to local mountain roads where there are hairpins and sweeps. I far prefer the sweep on my road bikes but prefer the hairpins on Enduros
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Have you got any videos of Bernie Ecclestone on the nest, he's going to be a father again at 89........ 😂

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The Vietnam tracks looks quite technical and easy to mess up. A shame we probably won't see it this year.
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