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August 25th, 2017, 01:46 PM   #11
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Welcome mate and enjoy the joint but as has been hinted, expect opinions to be spouted that may not be politically correct within the greater scheme of the motorcycling world.

The joint aint bad, but is what you can make of it so hang around and enjoy the community that exists ................ just do not mention Sepang 2015
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August 25th, 2017, 02:05 PM   #12
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Welcome mate and enjoy the joint but as has been hinted, expect opinions to be spouted that may not be politically correct within the greater scheme of the motorcycling world.

The joint aint bad, but is what you can make of it so hang around and enjoy the community that exists ................ just do not mention Sepang 2015
Or Stoning.
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August 25th, 2017, 02:56 PM   #13
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Or Stoning.
That is MR Stoning to you there Dubs
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August 25th, 2017, 03:07 PM   #14
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Thank you. I'll try not to disappoint. I'm actual in England at the moment and am heading through to Silverstone tomorrow. I'll look out for all the threads.
If you see a guy prancing in the mud while crooning Morrissey, tell him I said hello
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August 26th, 2017, 10:59 AM   #15
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Thank you. I'll try not to disappoint. I'm actual in England at the moment and am heading through to Silverstone tomorrow. I'll look out for all the threads.
Welcome, but please don't think the brits like Silverstone its a crap track (yes I have done about 30 trackdays there (not that I paid for them), its a bit like a soil based skittles layout and if it rains turns into a bog (swamp)

PS Beware the aggressive drivers/bike riders who think they are either Hamilton or Marquez.
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August 26th, 2017, 02:49 PM   #16
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Welcome, but please don't think the brits like Silverstone its a crap track (yes I have done about 30 trackdays there (not that I paid for them), its a bit like a soil based skittles layout and if it rains turns into a bog (swamp)

PS Beware the aggressive drivers/bike riders who think they are either Hamilton or Marquez.
I like Silverstone - Preferred the original layout and Bridge, but I think it's world class facility and a great circuit. Standing water is a problem in the wet, but the same can be said about so many of the ex airfields in Blighty. Sick of this mythology surrounding Donington. The Melbourne loop - or as Lawson christened it, the car park section, butchered the racing. We've had some classic encounters at Silverstone in comparison since the move in 2010 from Doni.
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August 26th, 2017, 03:36 PM   #17
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I like Silverstone - Preferred the original layout and Bridge, but I think it's world class facility and a great circuit. Standing water is a problem in the wet, but the same can be said about so many of the ex airfields in Blighty. Sick of this mythology surrounding Donington. The Melbourne loop - or as Lawson christened it, the car park section, butchered the racing. We've had some classic encounters at Silverstone in comparison since the move in 2010 from Doni.
Same can be said of Phillips Island regarding the standing water. Take T! for example.

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August 27th, 2017, 06:10 AM   #18
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I like Silverstone - Preferred the original layout and Bridge, but I think it's world class facility and a great circuit. Standing water is a problem in the wet, but the same can be said about so many of the ex airfields in Blighty. Sick of this mythology surrounding Donington. The Melbourne loop - or as Lawson christened it, the car park section, butchered the racing. We've had some classic encounters at Silverstone in comparison since the move in 2010 from Doni.
Have you ridden round it in the wet? I've never had a dry time there, in fact I'd even go as far as to say I have less water in my fish pond than any of the shallow puddles that sliverstone on sea has
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