It's a crap shoot from the org stand point. Gotta put yourself in their shoes...if you're running an org, can you really take the word on every person that comes through the door? Like you just experienced, there's others that think they are ready, when in fact, they are anything but.
So if you get someone like you with decent past experience, it's a one and done type session and you're out of there. The long time club riders appreciate it - would you want that guy tossed in Intermediate group with you?
Out of all the years of running with the org, the only people I've ran into that's had a problem with that system are the ones that aren't fast enough to be in the group they think they should be in.
I agree with the logic.
It wasn't that bad looking back on it. To view links or images in this forum your post count must be 5 or greater. You currently have 0 posts.
I came out of turn 12 leaned over knee damn near scraping the curbing with the throttle pinned. I saw the coach waiving people by on the straight. I went past him at WOT in novice group. Banged down two gears going into turn 1, and accelerated away. To view links or images in this forum your post count must be 5 or greater. You currently have 0 posts.
I got in the paddock after the session and the control rider/coach was like, "who was that who came by me?"
He looked at me and said, "it was you, wasn't it?"
I just laughed.
He said, "yeah, we got you!"
I'm not saying this to try and claim that I'm fast. I've seen who's fast out there. I'm just trying to improve.