Just after I got to MSR, I got stuck behind a BMW at the lights as there wasn't enough space and the red mist dawned.
After the lights changed, I made my views clear and at the next set of lights, the same BMW was now behind me, blue lights flashing. Note to self, don't make hand gestures at the Police.
So, in what was my second meeting with the Dorset Police No Excuse team in around 15months, I was actually face to face with the same officer who stopped me the first time, who also recognised me too.
As per the previous meeting, the discussion was perfectly civil and I was given some good advice after I accepted responsibility for my poor actions. The other officer, big chap with a seriously impressive beard, mentioned that my MOT was out of date. This I was genuinely surprised at as Im usually very good with my paperwork. Thankfully no points on the licence or a fine and in fact being stopped turned out to be a good thing. As I was heading to the shop to have some work done, stapling an MOT on at the end, was no extra problem.
To celebrate todays MotoGP result, I gave the Ducati a good scrub down too. I won't spoil the result and I'm going to take the Ducati to a new bike meet in Wareham tomorrow just for fun. The Ducati isn't perfect at the moment and I need to sort out the bodywork and improve the rear signals after I had to butcher them to pass the MOT earlier this year. Anyway, the bike looks good from a slight distance and I still love her as much as when I first got her.