nice interview in asphalt and rubber:
while all the 'political' and Wayne Rainey stuff is interesting, I found the coolest part to be this:
"I remember Agostini said it once — he watched me race at Spa, and he said, “I stood in one spot the entire weekend, and Schwantz never hit the same line twice, but his lap times never varied very much either. That’s good to see, because there are so many people who think that there’s a perfect line, and unless they hit that, that lap is disastrous.” So I feel like I was always one of those who was trying out different ways to skin the cat, trying out different ways to get around a corner, or over a bump, or around a bend."
inspiring! (for someone who can't hold a line...)