i agree with this definitely...thats another reason i dont have the warm fuzzy feelings about stunting...Although both require "skills" (or "Skillz" for you stuntaz) the are completely deferent disciplines. Just because you can do one doesn't mean you can do the other.
I myself prefer racing/track day's and I try my hardest to keep that front wheel down and planted. To me Racing/track riding is a huge adrenaline rush and it's all about proving I can push myself to the limits. I don't care who is watching or what other people think etc.
Personally I don't really care for stunting or the stunting lifestyle that is portrait. Nothing personal and maybe it's my age? I just don't like the "Gangsta" image it puts out. And most of all, most of the kids out there stunting don't wear proper gear, they stunt on public roads where they endanger themselves as well as others. And the list goes on.
Don't get me wrong, I think it's cool to watch them sometimes, just wish there was more common sense involved.
+1 I like to race, but if you want to stunt go for it I will just watchim more about the racing...
but i give the hardcore stunters mad props.
being good at one i dont think makes u good at the other tho...
i think stunting is about balls and practise.
Racing i think is a gift or aquired skill, just my 2 cents.