[---video=youtube;video code]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=video code&feature=player_embedded[/video---]The other forum I saw this on, guys were calling it a gimbal(sp?) mount that allows the camera to stay level. BTW, whats the trick to embedding vids??
I was gonna ask why it was definitely not a 1000,then I watched the vid.7:20 on is some amazing stuff.
guy looks like he really knows the track. i'm not sure how he went through the whole track, especially the straight, without being in full tuck.
this was posted a few days ago on another forum. faster time of 7:26. def not on a 1000
i saw ~270kph when he got to all the way back around to the long straight. that leads me to believe it's either a fast 600 or a plain 750I was gonna ask why it was definitely not a 1000,then I watched the vid.
What kind of bikes top out at 245kph?(153mph) 600s?
Also, can you really call it a faster time? did they run the same length of track? The first vid started/stopped in the same place, but the second on didn't, right??:headscrat
that explains the bridge to gantry.It's the same track, but you don't always get to run the full track. The 'Ring is a public toll road, so anyone can show up and pay a couple euros for a lap. During those sort of sessions laps are timed from the bridge on the main straight to the gantry that is a mile or two behind it on that same straight. This is because the entrance onto the track and the exit into the infield area is on that main straight between the bridge and the gantry during regular sessions. So you don't get to go at full pace for the entire main straight, thus the denotation of a time being BTG, or bridge to gantry. This obviously alters the lap time and also indicates that the lap probably had to contend with traffic. When companies rent the track out for testing, they can use the whole track which means they run the full straight at full speed and they don't have traffic to worry about.
i had to pull an APtard and google that...[--video--]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCOt78MB5vM[--/video--]
It's alot easier than that, just use the video tag the same way as an image [--img--]LINK[--/img--] tag with the video link in the middle no spaces or -'s. It will fill it in for you. Wish there was another way to get it to post with adding -- or something else to confuse it. I know you can in irc by holding ctrl as you hit enter. if someone knows that shortcut for forums chime in please, lol.
SICK VIDEO!!! I know it's an awesome rider but I have green blood, GO KAWI !!!
Oh and just stick your go-pro in that new GYRO BOWL for kids and you too can have fancy video, *as seen on tv.