Replying to LO30075 --
Jason, While I respond badly to sporting analogies, I suggest there is a
parallel between motorcycle road racing and the concept of best practice.
You don't beat someone by copying their riding. If you stay closely
behind them even when you have the ability to pass easily, you apply
pressure and they will almost cetrtainly make a mistake, that is the time
to pass them very quickly.
If you follow someone very closely you have to watch out for the situation
where thay stay down on the tank under brakes instead of sitting up. Its
very deceiving and can make you crash.
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