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DO you think people would sponser a pocket bike race team?

Discussion in 'Racing, Motorsports, and Track Days' started by LiLEd, Dec 10, 2007.

  1. Yes

  2. No

    0 vote(s)
  3. Your Nuts

    0 vote(s)
  1. Just wondering what peoples thoughts are? Starting next year and just thinking?
    Am i mad? Cheers Guys

  2. This poll belongs in motorsports not off topic.
  3. sorry how do i move it?
  4. I don't know, but I'd love to watch it! Maybe that should be your poll, so you can then approach potential sponsors with those stats :)
  5. cool well ill repost it in the correct thread thanks for your intrest. Could a mod please delete this asap as i have placed it in the wrong section.

  6. you dont, I do :)
    no need to redo it, its found its new home ;)
  7. they definitely would. especially a place like a lawnmower servicing shop (small engine specialists etc).
    i wouldn't race. i'm fair crap on pocket bikes. they told me i was a really smooth rider though. comforting... sort of.
  8. thanks joel
  9. well for a race team.... do you need to modify them to get them to 110cc or can you buy ones that already are???

    when are we all going to south morang to race. i'm terribly terribly embarrassingly bad at it but f' it it's fun.
  10. nah racing 50cc production class i think. minimal mods
  11. ah ed-- if ya racing in aircooled 50cc senior CAG class than i cant wait to race against ya buddy!!!! :cool:
  12. hehehe sure am will be racing next year cant afford to race a real bike so these are cheaper and fun.
  13. will you be racing under the melbourne minimoto club rules?

    and if so what class
  14. I have a 50cc air cooled pocket bike (used to teach my nephew some road-race skills) and used to run it at south morang for a bit of fun. Who runs the racing there? and is there a web-site or something?