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Old 10-21-2020, 08:35 PM   #16
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Have to agree with Ducati Honey’s perspective.

We were not there of course.

You should have just complained to Danny.
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Old 10-22-2020, 10:11 AM   #17
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Speaking as an instructor with a different school, you were given free track time for working the corner. With that comes both a moral and actual agreement to follow specific rules. I suspect strongly that you failed to do so.

And I could be totally wrong here as well. No doubt of that. I've been wrong most of my life.

One of the things I have done as an instructor is to come down hard on people riding "for free" if they were not courteous to the "paying" customers.
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Old 10-22-2020, 10:16 PM   #18
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Mojo is not a snowflake whiner. He is a very experienced racer and Trackday rider who is chill. If this wasn’t over the line no one would have heard about it. I talked to him and he mentioned he was a Laguna and never mentioned this. He is not a ranting person all wrapped up about an incident that was due to his lack of understanding of what happened. I’ve seen his riding style for years and he always passes for the comfort of the other riders.

The point I see is a less than professional conduct with finesse that would be expected of a leader of world renowned Organisation. It was enough to report to the community. If you disagree without being there, that is fine. Welcome to the internet and be glad we are not on twitter or FB.

Time to move on.
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