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GPZ 750 Wayne Rainy lap at Laguna Seca movie

lap with my best favorite rider Gp legend Wayne Rainy at Laguna Seca on Kawasaki GPZ 750 Uni-Track same bike was I'd
http://youtu.be/C2xNugFi4Ks

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Crazy to hear him say what he says in the video and consider what eventually happened. Pretty amazing how different riding style and body position is now too.

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Wayne is the guy we can thank for our most excellent bikes of today. He told Nipon what was needed, and their engineers listened. It worked, so they kept on listening to the racers. The racers pointed and the engineers slowly figured things out. Thank God for these early racers guys because we would NOT have our modern twistie bikes without them!
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Wayne is the guy we can thank for our most excellent bikes of today. He told Nipon what was needed, and their engineers listened. It worked, so they kept on listening to the racers. The racers pointed and the engineers slowly figured things out. Thank God for these early racers guys because we would NOT have our modern twistie bikes without them!
Absolutely agree with opinion as this!

My ex bikes:
'91 Kawasaki Gpz 750 UNI-TRACK
'93 Kawasaki Gpz 1000 RX
'95 Yamaha FZR EX-UP 1000
'96 Yamaha FZR EX-UP 1000
'99 Yamaha R1
'05 Kawasaki 636R
'06 Kawasaki ZX 10R (current)
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