Circuit Ferté Gaucher : vendredi 26 Aout

une journée de roulage pour tous les niveauxSitué en Seine et Marne, le circuit de la Ferté Gaucher accueille le 9ème Open Mutuelle des Motards.

Avec un développement de 3.6 km et 14 courbes, c’est un circuit technique et une droite rapide.  Les 90 participants ont pu découvrir ou parfaire leur expérience de la piste. 

Kenny Foray, pilote du Team d’endurance GMT 94,  José Khun et Nathalie Betteli ont pris chacun en mains un groupe de motards triés par niveaux. Les débutants n’ont jamais roulé ou jusqu’à 2 fois sur circuit, les intermédiaires moins de 5 fois, et les confirmés à partir de 6 roulages.

La pluie est venue perturber une partie des sessions. Il en fallait plus pour incommoder les instructeurs qui ont mis à profit la météo capricieuse pour guider leurs stagiaires sur une piste mouillée, puis séchante. Sur la route, les conseils leurs seront aussi bien utiles.

Le circuit a tout juste 2 années d’existence, le revêtement a un très bon grip, il n’y a pas de virage aveugle et les dégagements sont larges. Une belle infrastructure particulièrement adaptée aux Open Mutuelle des Motards.

Rendez-vous au prochain open en septembre sur le circuit de la Bresse !

1 commentaire pour Circuit Ferté Gaucher : vendredi 26 Aout

  • Rayk

    I have been a part of the entertainment busisens myself for more than 35 years, as an award-winning singer/songwriter who has enjoyed more than my share of TV and stage time with some of the top names in the music world. One of them Kenny Rogers who would present me with an award almost 20 years later, first crossed my path as a guest in a movie theater where I worked as a doorman. It was during that same time that the film The Trial of Billy Jack was one of four screens on the side that I worked.I was immediately riveted by the story, despite its 3 hour length, and because I worked for UA Four Theatre, I was able to do what few people were able to do in the 1970s I saw the film more than nine times from beginning to end. It was one of the most powerful cinematic experiences I had ever had at the time, as I began to explore my own Native American heritage through my great-grandfather, Milton Leroy Tripp. I was also on a spiritual journey of my own then, seeking some of the same answers to the purpose of my life that Tom’s Billy Jack was seeking in the film. As a musician, the music and songs in the film immediately captured my attention, and I spent weeks unable to think about anything else except The Trial of Billy Jack. To this day, I still have the soundtrack album in my extensive collection. No film I had ever seen back then had the same effect on me, touching me on so many different levels. In part because of the story in this film, and the spirit it inspired in me, I went on to participate in Werner Erhard’s est Training, which was a life-altering experience that I would equate to Billy Jack’s snake ceremony in the second film.The timing of these events surrounding the restoration and acknowledgement of these films could not be more perfect for me. I have just learned that my great-great-grandfather who was listed with the European name Milton Adam Tripp was in fact a full-blooded Cherokee man who took the name after marrying an English woman to keep from losing his land. The government would have taken it from him otherwise, a frequent problem for Cherokees trying to live new lives in the late 19th century. My search for his tribal name continues.But now I know my heritage. I am Cherokee. So when I get to see the newly released Billy Jack films again, I will feel a special connection to these gripping stories. And when I recall those days as a movie theater doorman, watching The Trial of Billy Jack for hours on end .I will feel young again.Current score: 0 (Please enable JavaScript to vote.)a0a0(vote for this entry)

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