WSB Laguna Seca 2002
Hwy 96 follows the Klamath River in northern CA.
Trinideli - AC and good sandwiches. What more can you ask for?
Joe, our gracious host in Ukiah.
Man it's only 10AM and it's already too hot...
Finally got to the coast. It's not hot anymore.
Brian's addiction... ;-)
Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz.
Baylis getting familiar with the Corkscrew on Friday.
Ben Bostrom probably knows it as well as anybody.
Same goes for Edwards.
Some Poser polishing his Ducati... ;-) Tim actually rode this thing from IDAHO! Talk about an iron butt.
The number of kicks it takes to start is always proportional to the number of spectators. Based on that, I was expecting him to stay there all night...
Whew! It only took like 5 kicks... Everybody was impressed that some people actually ride their Ducatis... ;-)
My favorite Ducati.
Monterey's Cannery Row on Friday night. I had never seen so many squids in one place before.
Waiting for Bus 39 to Laguna Seca.
Aprilia Mile R. The sticker on the frame says: MSRP $17K (includes the rest of the bike too)
It wouldn't be a world class race without pit babes.
Brian and Beth at the Ducati Island.
While we were doing our walk of the track, BBoz came by on some scooters with his mechanics (yes I was slow to take out the camera...)
Rory and Vicky in the hot pits after the track walk.
Nicky watching the results of the morning warm-up.
E Boz watching his results in the morning.
B Boz conferring with his mechanics before the WSB race.
This has to be the coolest starter in WSB pits.
Xaus, Baylis and Edwards in the press conference after race 1.
I never knew there were so many flavors of Corona. Pit babes, part 2.
On Monday night, this was the best place to stay in CA...
Brian going up the mountain in Lassen National Volcanic Park.
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