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WERA @ VIR 3-23-08 post-race report

All I can say is wow! I knew there was a rush to be had while racing, but nothing like what I felt watching 50 motorcycles all trying to fit into turn one at the same time.

After finishing the school and mock race on Saturday, I could hardly wait to return Sunday morning and get out there for my first official race day. I was so excited, in fact, that I arrived Sunday morning an hour earlier than anyone else. No worries though, it gave me plenty of time to get everything laid out and set up for the day.

I checked over the bike for safety wiring and anything tech might red flag. Everything looked good, so I headed down for registration. Made it through tech nearly scott free. All he had me correct was a little RTV on an oil galley plug.

The morning was considerably colder than Saturday, which meant colder track temp and babying the bikes for the first few laps. By the second practice session, I was feeling more comfortable on the bike and got the SV down to a 1:47.2. Thr first race of the day had Tarheelguy, me and another team member battling in the Heavyweight Twins class. We were also gridded with another class and being a provisional novice, I was in the last place on the starting grid. No worries though, it was my first race and I wanted to just finish in one piece.

The first wave is released, I click the bike into first gear and bring the revs up to 5.5K steady. Green flag and slip the clutch. Near perfect start. Wheel came up a bit, but I slipped the clutch a little and she settled down to a good drive. Through the kink and I see a big cloud of smoke already. Seems an engine blew and the rider is off the track into turn one. I see everyone else battling for the same line and I pick a spot to stick with. I pass a few guys going through turns one and two, then a few more on the brakes into turn four.

By the time I reach the start/finish, the track is realatively clear and I settle in for five more laps. I passed a few more guys before the finish and only got passed on the front straight by a couple of the experts on I-4 with a good drive. No worries though, they are competing in a different class. I see the checkered flag and finish the first race in one piece.

Three of our Broke Ass racing team completed the top ten. Matt grabbed first place on the Aprilia Mille, Tarheelguy was on his heels with a second place on the RC-51 and I finished a solid seventh place on the SV.

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so umm did you win the Mock race like the rest of your racing crew??

Seriously sounds like you guys had a awesome time wished i could've caught it!

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The next race was a Lightweight Twins SuperStock event. I was set to go at the rear again.

Green flag down and we were off! Immediately I passed four guys on the brakes into turn one. All is going well. I see first through fourth directly in front of me and I am within touching distance of fourth place. After the third lap, I can catch him and show a wheel in turns four, five, fourteen and I push him all the way down the hill. By the fourth lap, I am trying to get a good drive out of seventeen onto the front straight hoping for a draft and pass.

While leaned over in seventeen, the track is very choppy here. The bike wants to push out to the curb and the tires aren't grabbing traction. I stayed in the gas hoping she would hook and pull more inside. I knew if I chopped the throttle, I was done.

Too little, too late. The rear walks out and the front followed. My knee was already on the deck so I had nowhere to go. I feel the bike go away and I'm sliding at 90+mph towards the dirt. I hit the curb gator and it launched me airborne onto my right side. I came down hard on my right side and my visor went flying. I weas sliding on my butt and patting the ground. The whole time, my eyes are fixed on the corner worker and I ma giving a thumbs up that everything is ok.

I jumped up and ran towards the tire wall. He goes over and picks up my bike. We tried to get it started, but no love. The kill switch is mangled and the tank is crushed. Right side fairing stay is bent down to the clip-on, the subframe is bent to the left and the frame tab where the seat mounts is cracked. My day is over.

So, my ebay hunt begins. I need a tank, fairing stay, subframe, kill switch, footpeg, brake lever, brake pedal and brake fluid reservoir. I also need a competent aluminum welder to fix the broken tab under my seat. Keep your eyes open for any second generation SV parts and shoot me a PM.

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oh snap! glad your okay still sounded like fun up to launch.

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Nice stories to read, even the crashing part. Get er fixed up.

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could this be the beginning of Frankenbike 3???

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That sucks about the crash.....good thing is that you're ok.




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Sorry dude. Happens to the best of us. Get her fixed, and back on the track.

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Way to go, Broke Ass!!! That sucks about the crash, Ridge. Glad you are ok!

Eazy, were you hanging with the team? I don't remember meeting you.

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Pics of the aftermath and some of the guys.

















While she was still in good shape:


Broke Ass Racing first place trophies:


Tarheelguy and second place trophies:


The gheiness of Wanaberacer:


our pits before any races:


The entire team bikes lined up with a broke one in the center:

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Glad to hear your okay! Thats one heck of a place to run out of asphalt. Lots of runoff though, so nothing to bring you to an abrupt stop. Should be lots of SV parts available. I had the rear step out in seventeen once. Was running through there pretty hot and a bit wider than normal. I hit that bumpy spot leaned over more than usual and on the gas a bit, and the rear jumped out about a foot. Ok well it was probably more like 4 inches, but in that corner any movement seems like alot. Had you signed up for any other races? What is WERA's refund policy?

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I had signed up for two more races. They should give me a credit for use on future events.

when all was said and done though, I turned my best lap ever in that last race. A 1:45.595

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Damn, you trashed that thing.

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hey, at least the steering damper didn't get F'd.

nice work james!

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Just glad you are okay!!! Sounds like a fun time no matter.
I was in your hood this weekend at the Biltmore.
Did a wheelie on my bicycle in the Winery parking lot and skinned my knee while wearing my sweater and chinos. I feel your pain.

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Ouch... The SV took a nasty hit. More important, how do you feel today?

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Nice stories to read, even the crashing part. Get er fixed up.
+1 Thanks for the report.
Barring injury, crashing a bike in a wera race is still way more fun than any non-rider will ever have.

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Holy crap James....you mangled that thing! Forks bent? Frame tweaked?




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Holy crap James....you mangled that thing! Forks bent? Frame tweaked?
Dunno yet. I'll have her in pieces by tonight and let you know.

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Dunno yet. I'll have her in pieces by tonight and let you know.
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Good luck with the parts hunt dude. Glad to know you're not mangled as well.

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Wear your helmet:

If you were one of those fence riders about wearing your helmet or maybe you saw a KBC on the shelf and said "That helmet won't protect my head for that price."

Well, I'm sitting here typing this reply thanks to my KBC. It did its job very well considering a bump-n-tumble decelerating from 90+










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Heck, that thing is just scuffed, I'd still wear it.




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So is that break in the frame repairable???? I mean I know you can probably have it welded etc, but will that be enough?

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So is that break in the frame repairable???? I mean I know you can probably have it welded etc, but will that be enough?
It should be enough. If the weld is done correctly, it will be stronger than the surrounding metal. I just need to find a good and competent aluminum welder.

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Silly wrabbit, tricks are for kids.

Sorry about the low side. Terrible spot to go down and I can't believe you walked that off so easy. Well, look at the bright side... At least your leathers don't scream "newbie" anymore...hahaha!

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Sorry about the low side. Terrible spot to go down and I can't believe you walked that off so easy. Well, look at the bright side... At least your leathers don't scream "newbie" anymore...hahaha!
Yeah, no chit man. If anything, they scream "guidance system unstable, do not approach."

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I told Ridge he was doing his 20043/4 Matt Maladin impersonation, thats the same spot where he crashed and roasted his bike - except the corner workers werent cheering when Ridge did it !

Lucky dude he is -- Any the Mrs took it pretty well, but, who knows what went on when he got home !

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Holy chit!!! Glad to hear you're ok...

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had time to rip it apart yet? Anymore damage that originally thought?

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Sooo... James.
Are the brown strieks on the outside of those white leathers?

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Sooo... James.
Are the brown strieks on the outside of those white leathers?
Black, brown, green, yellow and a little blue. They are seasoned without even finishing a season yet.

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had time to rip it apart yet? Anymore damage that originally thought?
Yep, I got her stripped down to the frame last night. Nothing new or unexpected. The subframe cracked on the right side behind that tab that broke on the left. I won an auction for a throttle assembly and kill switch assembly last night on Ebay. Hopefully with just those two, I should be able to see if it will crank.

Cuurently I have bids in on a subframe, fairing stay, complete front brake m/c set and I bought a slightly less dented tank from a WERA member yesterday.

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I love how matter-of-fact you describe the get off. Ho-hum, here I am sliding at 90mph towards the dirt...get launched by the curb...oh well, got parts to buy for the bike now.

Dang ridge, glad you're OK.

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helluva first race weekend! glad you walked away easily, have fun rebuilding her. just remember, you can make her better, faster, stronger, you have the technology!

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I love how matter-of-fact you describe the get off. Ho-hum, here I am sliding at 90mph towards the dirt...get launched by the curb...oh well, got parts to buy for the bike now.

Dang ridge, glad you're OK.
Thanks. I guess it came off as ho-hum, but it was about as exciting as I've felt in more than a few years.

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Darn right!

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that's exactly what i did with my RR when i totaled it on the street. made it my track bitch and put everything i wanted on it

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