it takes all people to make a grid for the real racers to win against.
Strange question, but been reading CC's thread about winning.I am starting my 1st season to make friends, be part of the racing scene, ride my race bike in a sfe(ish) environment as I have giving up road riding after my accident.So who here actually, truely honestly is about to, or does, race for the participation. Knowing they don't stand a chance of winning against the 'big boys'?If I get a top 20 all season i will be over the moon, if I win I will be dreaming, but it might happen who knows?So who is entering or does enter for the 'scene' and not the racing commitment?I know I may get flammed for this, but it takes all people to make a grid for the real racers to win against.
well it certainly beats watching eastenders omnibus edition!!!!
This will be my rookie year and I have several goals starting with finishing, then not being last and then several more all the way to race wins.
Ducati Pete wrote
I bet you tape it and watch it when you get home!
Mike Edwards wrote
Anyone trying to win MiniTwins in 2004 would have been up against Chris Firmin, Matt Bond and Gary Smith. All of whom are very talented and very, very fast. The MRO MiniTwins this year had Matt Bond and Graham English riding fast enough so they wouldn't have finished last in BSB SuperStock Cup races!
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