Awesome video, you can learn allot riding in the rain ☔ at a track day. Smooth on the throttle is the key. As you proved, you can go pretty fast in the wet on DOT tires.
I used to corner work at NYST for 6 years. I used to hate seeing 1 or 2 riders on the track when it was pouring rain. It is miserable in the rain corner working. I had rain gear but still
just miserable! Being wet and cold 🥶 is no fun. I have a HUGE appreciation for corner workers!!!!👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Rain never stopped from riding at the track, and rarely stopped from a street riding, but I have to say, being in South Florida, rain is usually a refresh more than a bother. There will always be time to get dry.
I'm impressed to say the least!
I'm a casual, conservative rider, and ride my Ninja 300 as a 'toy' more than anything (not a commuter, or racer).
OP's video was quite eye-opening (to me); never thought it would stick in them curves like that. 😲