Kawasaki BK-117 For X-plane!.torrent: The History, Development, and Performance of the BK-117 Helicopter in X-plane
the race proved to be a long one, due to the turnout at the oceanfront section of the beach and the efforts of the automobile driving club of southern africa. ice cold conditions had spectators looking for alternative activities to keep themselves entertained, such as swimming in the surf. the number of onlookers watching the race was encouraging, especially since the circuit consisted of eight laps of the beach.
Kawasaki BK-117 For X-plane!.torrent
saturday dawned with the high tide early on. the winds were directed between the dunes and the ocean. barry taylors (vbr kawasaki zx6) early retirement opened up the race. with four laps to go, it was the t-4 blue impulse of tatsuhiro nishioka (kawasaki zx6) against the other three riders of the third row. the t-4 blue impulse took the win. that was not enough to displace hayden jonas (samurai racing yamaha r6), but a slow defensive ride from the japanese kawasaki rider on sunday meant hayden came out second. jason oigara (shop #74 yamaha r6) and karl schultz (asap world suzuki gsxr 600) rounded off the podium.
the race was saturated by good times. admittedly, overspinning at either end meant the race was more of a test of the efficiency of the driver than the bike. the win by the t-4 blue impulse of tatsuhiro nishioka did not go down well with many of the local riders, who felt he deserved less of a victory.
sunday dawned with the sea breeze and the sea. fridays disappointment was forgotten, as optimism sprung forth to the fact that the majority of the crowd were going to see the race, not to watch the same six riders run the circuit over and over. the competitors went out for a warm-up lap, which demonstrated the enormous amount of speed that could be packed into such a tight space. the key to a good race lies in a good start and with the crowds lining the straight, it was obvious that a clean start was going to be crucial to success.