I just stumbled across a video of Ari Henning and me having a dice at Virginia Int'l Raceway (south circuit) 8 or 9 August, 2009, on Motorcyclist Magazine's website:
Ari was riding Buff Harsh's CB350 Honda and I was riding my ERTT H-D Sprint. Buff set up a camera looking forward from Ari's bike and one looking back from my bike. Buff did a superb job of editing and included neat features like the split screen. Buff's a pro. If the truth be known, I think Ari was taking it easy on this old man, as he had a fair amount more power than me, though I did have brakes on him. Anyway, we had good fun and the video is entertaining.
I've been asked about the red leathers I was wearing. That was the time I got to the track, registered, teched, then realize I hadn't brought any of my riding gear: leathers, helmet, boots, gloves, back protector. I was able to borrow all that stuff from various people. The leathers came from Barbara Conners. I had a choice of too big (from someone else) and too small from Barbara. They were like a small town hotel: no ballroom. Later in the day, I slapped down my 250 and tore up the leathers a bit. They were her 'B' set, Dainese off the rack, and she wouldn't take any compensation for repair. Luckily, I didn't touch the helmet I had borrowed from Mark Mitchell. Denny Poneleit left before I could return his gloves and boots. I did return them months later at another race.
And, you can find a link to 2+ laps I did at the I.O.M. in practice for the Junior Classic Manx G.P. in Aug. 1983, by scrolling down in the Video section on this website.