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post #11 of 18 Old 09-30-2017, 12:08 PM
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You may want to do some soul searching before heading back out to the track..

Usually people getting this worked up about passes don't fair too well.
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I dont know what to say really with comments like i get from you lot in the us.
Is it something the uk did to piss you off.
Maybe its because we found your country in the first place lol.
Im only joking incase you dont understand uk humour.
Yea my wife is British she has that same smug, superiority complex you have when it comes to which side of the pond you were born in, but she lives in the USA because she makes way more money here, the compensation is easier to earn and she likes shooting guns go figure... She also hides behind that "British Humour" shield too which is about as fake as her tits...

On the positive she never complains about a bad pass, but she has been accused of performing them more than once in the last few years. The guys complaining all basically say the same thing you are. "even though you didn't make contact I don't like getting passed like I am having a picnic on the side of the track, have some respect!"
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I dont know what to say really with comments like i get from you lot in the us.
Is it something the uk did to piss you off.
Maybe its because we found your country in the first place lol.
Im only joking incase you dont understand uk humour.

Yea my wife is British she has that same smug, superiority complex you have when it comes to which side of the pond you were born in, but she lives in the USA because she makes way more money here, the compensation is easier to earn and she likes shooting guns go figure... She also hides behind that "British Humour" shield too which is about as fake as her tits...

On the positive she never complains about a bad pass, but she has been accused of performing them more than once in the last few years. The guys complaining all basically say the same thing you are. "even though you didn't make contact I don't like getting passed like I am having a picnic on the side of the track, have some respect!"
More like: Having some tea and crumpets!! ?
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I think the reason for all the snappy comments is more directed at track day whiners in general and maybe not so much at you.

This is something you hear all the time, mostly from newbies, he passed to close, he crossed my racing line, etc.

When you hear it in person you kinda just blow it off. Online, in a forum everyone just says what they think.

Instead of taking so personal you should of just said, "Thanks for your opinions guys" (OK, sand in your vagina was a little strong )

This kind of stuff happens all the time at track days, I'm more worried about
someone taking me out rather then just passing to close or causing me to stand my bike up, hit the brakes, etc.

And it will happen many more times.
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I think the reason for all the snappy comments is more directed at track day whiners in general and maybe not so much at you.

This is something you hear all the time, mostly from newbies, he passed to close, he crossed my racing line, etc.

When you hear it in person you kinda just blow it off. Online, in a forum everyone just says what they think.

Instead of taking so personal you should of just said, "Thanks for your opinions guys" (OK, sand in your vagina was a little strong )

This kind of stuff happens all the time at track days, I'm more worried about
someone taking me out rather then just passing to close or causing me to stand my bike up, hit the brakes, etc.

And it will happen many more times.
I agree 100%. When I was still in novice group there was this chick that was constantly whining about people passing her "unsafely". I get there is all different skill sets on the track and bravo to her for getting on the track. But she was so god damn slow and never had a proper line or a consistent line, she was all over the fucking place. After one session she asked if she could move up to intermediate because there was getting passed to much. Blew my fucking mind.

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