The real question is why aren't there MORE oil slicks in races like this? I'd so watch that. Finally real life would have caught up with video games.
I care what happens to robots, in certain circumstances. Like, when I was forced to watch Episode III, and Obi-Wan's droid, R4, gets his head ripped off in the opening space battle, I knew the rest of the movie would suck because the only character that hadn't annoyed me was gone.
SPK, you cant really be that stupid, or can you?
blue shells and banana peels randomly scattered on track
I fear I must ask you the same question, SolRo, along with "how long have you had an internet connection?"
|The Mothership |
Needs a voiceover edit from the WWE or something with an announcer saying something like 'Where's the ref?!?' and 'that isn't a legal move!'
Needs more turbo boosts and jumps that launch you 75 feet in the air.
I laughed when they called that Castroil Corner.
I witnessed a similar scene at Laguna Seca in the mid '90s on turn four. A bike had crashed spilling oil on the track in approach to the turn, causing four or five riders to go down. At one point a rider entered the pit, got off his bike, went through the paddock, and hopped over the barricades at the turn and demanded the marshalls stop the race because of the oil on the track. It was wild.
The four or fives riders went down over the course of a number of laps, not all at once.
Is this a superbike thing? I know in F1 or NASCAR or CART that typically if there's even a piece of anything on the road they'll yellow flag it. Indy has more yellow flags per race than I can count it seems.
Maybe the marshalls knew they made a mistake when the first guy went and just kept pretending like they knew what they were doing so they wouldn't admit they made a mistake in the first place.
Germans are usually more orderly than that.
|Robin Kestrel |
In my mind I heard the horn sound from the original Rollerball movie every time a rider went down.
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