0.027s can be an eternity

0.027s can be an eternity

That’s how much I lost the race by, having been mugged at the Hairpin on the last lap and almost repassing by the line. Carl Marsden won, I was about a metre behind and half alongside him. That’s now three winners in three races and something extra to play for in this afternoon’s final outing.
The pace was fierce – by best lap was 55.5s and Carl’s 55.2s, both on the last lap when I made a mistake. I’d led for five laps after passing Chris Matthews who’d made another blinding entry into the first corner.
The bike is fantastic so I’m looking forward to race four.

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Posted by John. Last modified: March 14, 2010 at 12:00 am

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