Not that I've been on a track but I'm sure it is related to the fact you can ride fast without worrying about gravel, antifreeze, oil, police, children, animals, debris, nails...etc :fiddySnookayDCC said:someone plz enlighten me. What is so special about a track? Is it just because the curves are made to be taken at very fast speeds or what? I also dont understand why ppl like riding in "twisties" so much. WTF is up with that ??? Dont get me wrong, I think riding twisties is very exhilarating but i just dont know why it is to me.
MMMMM, I wonder how women look in those tight leather suits. I may have to go to this track meet.
Oh nothing against him, I'm just confused by what he said.scuffedknees said:nfloor nfloor :lao that is great !!! Sal you know snookay is a "capital Blvd Ryder!!"
scuffedknees said:nfloor nfloor :lao that is great !!! Sal you know snookay is a "capital Blvd Ryder!!"
Good wording. I've never even been on a track...just been pit crew for the past year and a half. I love just being there. I can't image how it's going to be when I actually get out there myself. I've waited years for this. :fiddySalKhan said:Nothing on the street prepares you for the onslaught your senses recieve when on the track. And if you push as hard out in public, you're just plain stupid.