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Old 3rd May 2006, 10:28   #1
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was jus searchin for last years speed run timings but couldn't find them...
thought it would be nice if anyone had them coz we can see how much the cars have improved from last time.
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Old 3rd May 2006, 20:36   #2
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I think this is an excellent topic...This surely would give us a insight of how the trends are...This year you should see a dip in timings across all classes...
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In 2005:

Fastest bike in bangalore:Kawasaki ZX12R in 10.521 ridden by William Samuel Stephenson.

Fastest wheelie : Rohit Giri in Yam R1

Foreign bike & wheelie category didn't happen in Mumbai because of the Hayabusa crash.

Fastest car till now in Indian Drag history:
Mitsubishi EVO VI driven by JD Madan did a 12.47 secs (ET +RT)

The car wasn't putting over 340 bhp and this is the timing.
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nitrous what about that other guy you were talking about in thebikes category who was supposed to be this professional guy. can't recall his name? did he finally do a run, what category?

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thank god for some replies ,,thought no one was gonna answer..
Yeah JD's car was really really fast and that car was puttin out approx 250 at wheel i guess. That engine was flow down from somewhere dunno where though.
Apart from that i dont think that the timings in any of the car categories has changed too much (rt+et) what do you guys say?
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Till now timings have been only ET, so I guess JD's timing was only ET.
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Can someone confirm V1p3r's point since i believe only this year they're taking the ETs alone into account.
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nitrous what about that other guy you were talking about in thebikes category who was supposed to be this professional guy. can't recall his name? did he finally do a run, what category?
No.He's gone back to Malaysia to run in the championship.
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