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|3rd December 2007, 11:37||#62|
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the guy had money, he bought a 1000cc'er... and for some reason (which no one knows), he crashed.. people die in several ways, but it does not mean that if a rich guy dies in a road accident, he has to be blamed for buying that sports bike...
may his soul RIP..
|3rd December 2007, 14:31||#63|
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Media had a big role in throwing petrol on the fire. In media it was written that the bike can go upto 480 kmph. Not many of them knew about the limiters in superbikes. Even Hayabusa have limiters to 300 kmph. 180 kmph difference is a huge difference.
|3rd December 2007, 18:58||#64|
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but it was an outcome of frustration of not being able to infuse simple facts of (preserving) life over the years in people's brains, and I hate to admit, but i have given up on road safety issue. I could be totally wrong in this case though.
personally, apologies to you.
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