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July 3rd, 2017, 08:50 AM   #111
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DORNA would rather have it in Italy or Spain than the US or any other market




Mind you, at least in Oz, the new track is well under construction
I must have missed that, where is this new track and is the weather a bit more stable than the ridiculous variety of PI.
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I'd love it to be Laguna, another great track that seems to have faded from Dorna's view.

Looks like Laguna is improving!

https://www.superbikeplanet.com/lagu...oved-replaced/
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Laguna would be fine for me. Was gutted to see it removed from the MotoGP calendar.
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July 3rd, 2017, 04:12 PM   #114
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I must have missed that, where is this new track and is the weather a bit more stable than the ridiculous variety of PI.
Track is at Tailem Bend in South Australia - The Bend Motorsport Park and is being built by one of Australia's richest families

The full GP track will be as long as 7.7kms should it be used but there are heaps of configurations

And unlike Wales (no disrespect), this on is under construction as we speak with regular picture updates on their website.

It also has a booking already for 2018 - albeit a cycle race on the full track
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The whales must be just about to finish a circuit.

Theyre still going north past my place, up to Hervey Bay in Queensland. To have their babies. Then they head south again for the next half f their circuit. I guess the bubs must be new south wales?
Anyway i digress, the whales wont finish a circuit til next year, when they return to Hervey bay.
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The whales must be just about to finish a circuit.

Theyre still going north past my place, up to Hervey Bay in Queensland. To have their babies. Then they head south again for the next half f their circuit. I guess the bubs must be new south wales?
Anyway i digress, the whales wont finish a circuit til next year, when they return to Hervey bay.
These are British Crooked Wales Barry. A few hundred years ago the crooked wales would head south to Australian to stay. Theres a possibility you could be wales spawn, which means you were once sperm of wales

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Here in old Albion we have many archaic laws which have become buried in the statute book. One particular un-repealed shire law states that in Hereford it is legal to shoot a Welshman on a Sunday, providing that it’s with a longbow and within the Cathedral close. Seems a tad ironic if not harsh, since the men of Gwent are attributed with inventing and refining said weapon and that Chaz Davis is Welsh and grew up in...Herefordshire. Ungrateful bastards. North of here, if Dai similarly ventures across the border and wanders into the old Roman town of Chester a similar ancient ruling permits that they be shot by bow and arrow within the city walls. If a Taffy has the temerity to cross into Shropshire and is unfortunate enough to find himself in Shrewsbury on a Saturday night under a waxing gibbous moon during Michealmas he is liable to be bent double over a firkin of ye olde cask ale and arse raped with a courgette. I know this because it happened on a night out to Willski which is why he fled across the ocean and vanished in the Mid West.

Tellingly, I suggest superseding these absurd anachronisms with a unifying inauguration of contemporary legislature. I propose that any Welsh consortium colluding with unscrupulous conniving venture capitalists under the auspices of Llywodraeth Cymru, fraudulent European lenders and public tax payers funding should be round up, chained, exiled on a prison ship destined for one years hard labour breaking rocks for Tailem Bend.

The British GP then comes home to Donington.
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Here in old Albion we have many archaic laws which have become buried in the statute book. One particular un-repealed shire law states that in Hereford it is legal to shoot a Welshman on a Sunday, providing that its with a longbow and within the Cathedral close. Seems a tad ironic if not harsh, since the men of Gwent are attributed with inventing and refining said weapon and that Chaz Davis is Welsh and grew up in...Herefordshire. Ungrateful bastards. North of here, if Dai similarly ventures across the border and wanders into the old Roman town of Chester a similar ancient ruling permits that they be shot by bow and arrow within the city walls. If a Taffy has the temerity to cross into Shropshire and is unfortunate enough to find himself in Shrewsbury on a Saturday night under a waxing gibbous moon during Michealmas he is liable to be bent double over a firkin of ye olde cask ale and arse raped with a courgette. I know this because it happened on a night out to Willski which is why he fled across the ocean and vanished in the Mid West.

Tellingly, I suggest superseding these absurd anachronisms with a unifying inauguration of contemporary legislature. I propose that any Welsh consortium colluding with unscrupulous conniving venture capitalists under the auspices of Llywodraeth Cymru, fraudulent European lenders and public tax payers funding should be round up, chained, exiled on a prison ship destined for one years hard labour breaking rocks for Tailem Bend.

The British GP then comes home to Donington.
Is it true that Willski is running for mayor of Ferguson, Missouri?
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Is it true that Willski is running for mayor of Ferguson, Missouri?
Either that or he's now a Pentecostal Pastor in Fountain Park.
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Either that or he's now a Pentecostal Pastor in Fountain Park.
More likely, the pissed pestilence of Fountain Park
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