Scumbag politicians. The Laguna Seca round will not have spectators due to "covid-19" restrictions.
Damn that's a bummer for you and others in the area that planned on going. Try to find a team to be a crew member for. Or you can volunteer as a grid marshal like I did last year at NJMP. Super easy, not much work and you get pit lane access all weekend as well as a couple of free meals.Scumbag politicians. The Laguna Seca round will not have spectators due to "covid-19" restrictions.
Okay, why is the kawi all of a sudden competitive? The new bike is basically the same as the old 13-18 636. I just don’t understand why people are now riding it and getting decent results. Contingency hasn’t changed much, has it? Are they using different tires now? What happened? Someone learn me.Paasch is coming on board.
MotoAmerica: Paasch Racing HONOS Kawasaki At Laguna - Roadracing World Magazine | Motorcycle Riding, Racing & Tech NewsBrandon Paasch has left Celtic HSBK Racing Yamaha and will race with the HONOS Kawasaki in MotoAmerica Supersport at Laguna Seca.www.roadracingworld.com
Nope, not much has changed. The main difference is that Graves put some Graves magic into it since they stopped working with Yamaha, then a really fast guy came along to race and that was a winning formula. And when one bike is winning a lot, everyone else either wants it or thinks they're cheating, which is exactly what's been happening lol The whole thing about "win on Sunday, buy on Monday" is still somewhat true. I was on the fence between an R6 or another ZX6R earlier this year but after seeing Richie winning on one and then Mesa getting one and being instantly competitive in MA and winning every CCS race he's entered on it so far....my mind is now set on a ZX6R. There's no logical reason behind it because I know for me it wouldn't make a damn difference, but I want one simply because of what I'm seeing lolOkay, why is the kawi all of a sudden competitive? The new bike is basically the same as the old 13-18 636. I just don’t understand why people are now riding it and getting decent results. Contingency hasn’t changed much, has it? Are they using different tires now? What happened? Someone learn me.
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It's still unclear to me if Paasch is gonna race Richie's bike or a 2nd Honos ZX6R that's pretty much the same. If Richie's not racing SS, then my prediction is 1) Beach, 2) SDK, 3) Paasch which will just show that it's never really been the bike, but Richie. If he is racing, then my prediction is 1) Beach, 2) Escalante, 3) SDK with Paasch in 4th....which will also prove the same thing as the first scenario.Why is the Graves ZX6R fast.... simple answer... Richie rides the fuckin' hell out of it. Yes Graves worked it... but Richie rides it.
Braeden Ortt was the test pilot but just couldn't quite get there.
Valentin Debise was the man... but never got signed.
Lets see what Paasch can do. My guess... Paasch will put it on the box... Why... 'cause Paasch can ride too...
Interesting...in the corner it shows that's as of yesterday, but yet Paasch is not on there and I really don't see CJ LaRoche going all the way there, but maybe I'm wrong...Andrew Lee is gonna be fast on a ZX6R! He'll be doing pretty much what Mesa did at Indy. He knows Laguna well and he's no stranger to 600s either.Mistake or maybe not... Andrew Lee is riding a ZX6R...