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    I saw that video a long time ago, it was the first video to make me understand what counter-steering was

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    Fking Gary Mcoy!!!!!!!!!

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    well documented during his motogp stint. tyre engineers found that the wheel spin kept the carcass cooler.

    still not his infamous garry mccoy maneuver, where he backs it in big time, lays down some serious wheel spin, and wheelies out of the corner.

    you can see that in "faster".

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    I've watched that clip in "Faster" a thousand times.

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    do you think that video demonstrates counter steering very well? Isnt that the same kind of counter steering you would do with your car if the ass end was drifting? It keeps you from doing a 180. Is that the same counter steering concept?

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    Na, he's talking about how far cranked the front tire is.

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