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Looks like they were having fun! :bike But, I wonder how many wake up the next day hurting, look at the damage to their bikes, and asked themselves "what the hell was I thinking?" :BEER:
A tip of the hat to the race track. The liability has to be out of this world or maybe they just don't understand what liability is. ::) Looks like a lot of fun to me. ;-T 50 years, or so, ago I'd been right in the middle of that. Hold my :BEER: and look out. :bike Matt
That was my very first thought. Old-fashioned "run whut ya brung" racing is all very well, and probably went over fine 60 years ago, but what's this business with T-shirts and no protective gear and probably half-lit? Even the simplest "track day" requires 90% tread tires, full body protection, etc.If one of those idiots broke his neck and was a quadraplegic for the next 50 years, he'd not only own the track but the assets of everyone who had anything to do with it, probably including the bike manufacturer, doesn't matter what kind of "release" he signed.I suppose we'll find out for sure some day. Meanwhile, my judgmental, prejudiced, bigoted impressions of "bad-ass Harley Riders" as incompetent posing morons has just been re-inforced ... Lannis ;)
:+1There were even some baggers out there with the bags still on. I'd have thought you want to at least remove them before going out so they didn't get damaged in the inevitable crash.
Looked like the very definition of "gross negligence"!
Frankly I'm glad to see some people with the attachments needed to do this, organizers and participants.And the poor bugger with the tshirt and coal-scuttle helmet gets my applause for getting up so many times.
I must confess to having driven a bus, full of passengers, round a speedway track (1/4 mile dirt) once. I wasn't racing anyone though, it was just a spur of the moment thing. ;D
We are a strange lot ;D Did you "back 'er in" to the corners John ? ;D Dusty
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