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April 12th, 2011, 12:33 PM   #1
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Did you really need to make two threads?
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So are they dropping 1 of the other US GP's or are there going to be 3 GP's in the US? If there are going to be 3 then I have an issue with that the same as I have an issue with 4 Spanish GP's and 2 Italian ones.
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So are they dropping 1 of the other US GP's or are there going to be 3 GP's in the US? If there are going to be 3 then I have an issue with that the same as I have an issue with 4 Spanish GP's and 2 Italian ones.
Yet to be seen, but Indy probably gone. Having 3 GP's in the US would not be that bad considering the size of the country. We have states the size of Europe
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i only hope the world dont end before it happens
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I doubt Indy will survive. It's a well organized event and I enjoy the staff and community at large but I don't think it's the proper place for a world class motorcycle race. Too many different pavement types, poor crash protection and sub par viewing facilities. It's fair at best, it's certainly not good.
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I doubt Indy will survive. It's a well organized event and I enjoy the staff and community at large but I don't think is the proper place for a world class motorcycle race. Too many different pavement types, poor crash protection and sub par viewing facilities. It's fair at best, it's certainly not good.


Both Motomatters and Superbikeplanet posted a press release from Indy, who immediately responded to the announcement of the Austin GP. In SBP, they suggest 3 GPs, on Motomatters, Kropo simply says, it was a very "interesting" press release, for what it said and "don't say".



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never was a fan of the indy track



any concept pics of the track in texas (or is it already there?)
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