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MotoGP3 Extreme Split times by track
Here is a small table showing split times for the Extreme Mode tracks in MotoGP3 URT, compliments of MoJo!StoneZ.
If we find a YouTube video for the fast lap, showing split times, we'll link it to the track name below.
|WR Time||WR Owner|
|Whale Coast||17.75||33.05||53.57||01:03.42||312 (194)||01:02.98||(HUN)Bali|
|Low Country||14.37||32.70||46.20||01:01.40||309 (192)||01:01.08||ProDK|
And for anyone that would like to track your own MotoGP 3 Split Times and compare them with these times, you can Print this Time Sheet and add your own times.
(note: The Split Time Sheet prints out much better if you use FireFox rather than IE or Chrome)
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