I just watched top gear episode 45 on "ondemand" and I was a bit fustrated that hammond and captain slow didn't use any bit of drafting in their driving techniques.... also, I read in an article on Howstuffworks.com that nascars use hypermiling during caution flags by accelerating to fullest potential and then shutting down their engines to coast as far as possible before starting thier engine again. (this explains why lead drivers in cautions seemingly disobey the pace car) now on to my motorcycling point, for those of us cheappesy, would this form of hypermiling work for us as we coast our bikes to a red light, turn it off and start it again when we see the opposing traffic get their yellow, or is it not worth it due to the over usage of the starter and battery- also does it burn a lot of gas when starting a bike assuming this is a fuel injected bike. and if the starter and battery thing is a viable argument, the counter argument could be the use of a "manual momentum start" to restart the bike right before you come to a complete stop at a light. God I love Top Gear. It makes me think....