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Phillip Island keeps MotoGP until 2016

Discussion in 'Racing, Motorsports, and Track Days' at netrider.net.au started by quietman, May 30, 2010.

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  2. OUTSTANDING! (y)
     
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  3. Totally magnificent news !
     
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  4. Damn, I could've done with a nice trip to Sydney too.
     
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  5. Excellent. Pity the government retards have to bandy about with their puerile little superiority games, though.
     
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  6. being a new south welshman myself i would have love for it to come here, but where would they have held it?

    Eastern creek wouldnt be up to the standard would it?
     
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  7. It was at Eastern Creek for six years between '91 and '96 but it was crap compared to the Island.
     
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  8. spewing, i was hoping it would be at bathurst, awwweeesome :D
     
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  9. For the first half lap at least :-0 So many unforgiving cement walls.
     
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  10. Real men USE the walls:

    insanity-walllean.
     
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  11. lolol thats insane
     
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  12. good news. personally i could never make it to nsw for a wkd so it's great for us.

    great pic grue! wonder where that was taken. you don't get smooth walls like that on IOM...
     
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  14. truer words were never said........
    Back to the island in 1997 was great!!!!

    & it is maybe....... (critics please attack)...... the best r/r circuit in the world.

    Plus, since the very, very beginning of m/c racing, the P.I. people, were and still are the very best.
    xxxxoooxxxxx...... to P.I.
     
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  15. Have been down to watch the race at Phillip Island twice, the first time was one of the best experiences ever. Had a great time.

    Many people from on here planning on making the trip down this year from Sydney ?
     
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