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Old 18-Sep-2011, 10:48 PM
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Moto GP Slow-Mo

That Slow Motion camera work is fantastic and in close up there is so much detail to try and pick out.

Speaking of Fantastic, 2011 Aragon Moto2 race should make it into Best Bike Battles in the future
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Old 19-Sep-2011, 01:38 AM
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Yeah it was very good wasn't it
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Old 19-Sep-2011, 06:53 AM
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Totally agree Skids, superb Moto2 race
Thought the Motogp Repsols paint jobs looked like the rugrats had been at them



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Old 19-Sep-2011, 09:36 AM
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The production of the MotoGP races has been superb for the last few years, and continues to improve. If only they would/could broadcast it on Eurosport HD that would be the icing on the cake!

I've always moaned about the quality of the SBK coverage, as there is so much wrong with the production that it has become unwatchable. You constantly get wide-angle shots showing the whole corner, making it very difficult to pick out which bike is which. There are very few close-ups and they seem to have stopped doing on-board as well? Even the timing, position and lap info is poor!
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Old 19-Sep-2011, 04:53 PM
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I've always moaned about the quality of the SBK coverage, as there is so much wrong with the production that it has become unwatchable. You constantly get wide-angle shots showing the whole corner, making it very difficult to pick out which bike is which. There are very few close-ups and they seem to have stopped doing on-board as well? Even the timing, position and lap info is poor!

Very true - it's way behind.
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Old 19-Sep-2011, 05:16 PM
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At least those of us in Oxfordshire can look forward to watching Slow-mo MotoGP shots of young Bradley in 2013
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Old 19-Sep-2011, 07:44 PM
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watching it now on catch up...the distortion of Stoners rear is amazing; looks like a flat tyre
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Old 20-Sep-2011, 09:06 PM
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watching it now on catch up... Stoner's rear is amazing



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looks like a flat tyre

... but seriously: absolutely. It's always amazing to see how flat they look. Anyone know what pressures GP tyres run at?
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Old 20-Sep-2011, 09:59 PM
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... but seriously: absolutely. It's always amazing to see how flat they look. Anyone know what pressures GP tyres run at?

cant beat the TT shots tho when the land and looks like the tyre and wheel almost goes square

some modern TV techniques & technology (unlike 24hr news and football!!) are good
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Old 21-Sep-2011, 01:08 PM
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http://www.sickchirpse.com/2011/07/1...er-slowmotion/
dont like the rider much but elbow, knee, counter steer and leaning even further off the bike kid coerner to bring it upright, pretty cool
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