yes they have a trackside ambulance at all tracks, that's a requirements, and some tracks like Chuckwalla which is 65 miles from civilization also have medevac helicopter on standby, though not at the track.I was thinking, I broke quite a lot of bones during 5 years on the dirt & bikes but I wasn't hitting corners with strangers while racing at speeds of 120-160mph.
On those hard road surfaces I know so well.
They must have a full time rotation of Paramedics & a Trauma Surgeon there - that must be part of a Fee & Medevac Access?
How much is a weekend of track fees & insurance?
supermoto is a dirt bike with slick tires on it instead of knobbies. You also modify them to have stiffer suspension and much better brakes. You typically race them at go-kart tracks or really twisty canyons, like Tuna Canyon in Malibu. Most are between 450 and 550cc for a true supermoto, but they make bigger ones up to 700cc, but those weigh significantly more.What is a Super Moto Class - I thought they were bigger than 250cc?
we're in socal mate, getting a track day with rain is even less of a chance than winning a scratch-off lotto ticket. But yes, generally they run rain or shine. My typical track that I do at least 6-8 times a year is Chuckwalla out in the Indio desert, and over there they get rain maybe once every 10 years. It's a non issue...If its raining are you guys allowed to race?
turn 8 is leaned over I'm at around 110, slows to 90 for turn 9 exit to the front straight, and I hit about 138 max at the end of pit exit before breaking for turn 1. This bike definitely has enough top end to make it worth your while. I shift around 10-11k on the front straight from 5th and 6th, I never hit the limiter as you kind of already know when it's time to shift just by ear. Most corners I would say I'm at around 5-7k rpms in order to get a decent drive out of the turns, but turn 6 is the exception where it's a blind crest and I granny shift it at like 5k in order to not lift the front wheel as the ground drops away from you.Ungarisch,
When you are at Willow leaned over on that 130 mph sweeper, what of revs are you running?
Do you prefer to be at max rpm when you can or do you use more of 7k - 9k ?
Per Michelin's guidelines for the Cup2, I ran 31psi front and 23psi rear, cold. However, I think the Cup2 is way too soft of a tire to run at Big Willow because I chewed through a brand new tire in less than 4 sessions. I installed the tire the night before and this is what the right side looked like by mid-day, I had to skip the last session because I had no more tire left.Did you run a 30 front and 30 rear psi pressure when you were at the track on your gen3?
most tracks yes they do, typically Saturday is clockwise and Sunday is counter-clockwise. Big Willow they do not allow you to ride it counter for supposed safety reasons. Most bigger tracks do not allow you to run the opposite directions, for instance I've never seen Laguna Seca ran clockwise, which would be kinda cool. Buttonwillow, Chuckwalla Streets of Willow, they run in both direction depending on the day you go.Do they, the Organisers, in the interest of sanity, let you ever ride the track in the opposite direction?