acebobby Posted February 5, 2009 Report Share Posted February 5, 2009 This is something I have been thinking about recently, in an interview I saw with Colin Edwards he said that Rossi makes mistakes the same as any one else but where he really good is at quickly correcting his mistakes! So here is one mistake that I think might be quite a common one especially with racers. If you enter a turn a bit to fast, maybe just passed someone on the brakes and you reach your desired lean angle but you know that by applying TC rule #1 immediately will run you wide at the exit! What do you do to recover this error? Would you roll into the turn on a closed throttle or do you still crack the throttle then pause (hold it in that position) until you feel its safe to roll it on again? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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