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JasonL
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Victoria


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Posted - 27 Oct 2010 :  2:33:19 PM  Show Profile Send JasonL a Private Message  

 

Period bikes, period fonts...
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GD66
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Western Australia


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Posted - 27 Oct 2010 :  7:04:58 PM  Show Profile Send GD66 a Private Message  

 
Makes a lot of sense. However, I'm afraid I struggle to see the logic in banning engineering eye-openers like the 4 valve Urquhart Indian though. Russell Craddock charged round Broadford making a lot of new fans last weekend. OK, it's technically not Class C, but I feel we could make a slot for weapons like this to keep the backroom wizardry alive and ticking...
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Allan
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National


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Posted - 28 Oct 2010 :  4:44:15 PM  Show Profile  Visit Allan's Homepage Send Allan a Private Message  

 
BR1328 Number Plates
OM It is recommended that the Board
finalise fonts for Race Numbers.
The Board approved that numbers can be of
any font style. However, the onus for legibility
rests with the entrant/competitor
 

 
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GD66
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Western Australia


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Posted - 29 Oct 2010 :  08:08:54 AM  Show Profile Send GD66 a Private Message  

 
HRR 498 : The Commission recommends that various "older" font types be allowed for HR Racing.
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Bummers
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Queensland


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Posted - 29 Oct 2010 :  2:58:34 PM  Show Profile  Visit Bummers's Homepage Send Bummers a Private Message  

 
GD, Do you (or anyone else) know if Symmons Plains been ratified as next years Champs meeting?
 

 
“Racing is life. Anything before or after is just waiting.” Steve McQueen
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GD66
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Western Australia


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Posted - 29 Oct 2010 :  7:31:27 PM  Show Profile Send GD66 a Private Message  

 
My understanding is that it is, Symmons Plains on November 19th and 20th, 2011. But I'd be waiting for official confirmation from MA, as there's already been one date change.
No doubt our club will be represented as always, but after Mal Campbell's dismal effort for our nats in 2008, I'd never go there. He lobbed at a specially-convened meeting of competitors at the controversial Winton historic nats in...well, who cares, anyway he bled all over us about how the future of the club in Tassie depended on all of us turning out to make their nats a success, how a failed meeting would see them collapse etc. In response, we sent a containerload of bikes from WA, and a couple of vans as well.
When we asked about him turning out at Wanneroo for the 2008 nats, he couldn't have been less interested, and wouldn't leave home without a plane ticket. When balanced against the efforts of all the other riders who cheerfully clubbed together to make it to Perth from all over Aussie (including Tasmania ), I found that pretty damn ordinary.

Edit : No need to add, this viewpoint is personal only, and doesn't reflect the viewpoint of the HCMC of WA, who cheerfully travel anywhere the nats are held, and a few more meetings in the east each year as well...

 
Edited by - GD66 on 30 Oct 2010 12:17:24 AM
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JasonL
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Posted - 30 Oct 2010 :  10:10:56 AM  Show Profile Send JasonL a Private Message  

 

GD, just out of interest, did anyone from HCMC make a submission to the MA HRR on P6 (your R20?)
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GD66
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Western Australia


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Posted - 30 Oct 2010 :  10:28:33 PM  Show Profile Send GD66 a Private Message  

 
Yes, two gents I believe.

Period 6 is NOT our Rule 20 though, it just resembles it at the moment. To clarify it, we have run Rule 20 for bikes that are 20 years old as a sort of intro or feeder class, and it's been quite successful over the years. Next year the cutoff date would have been 1991 etc, but I think Period 6 will see us right for a few years now. When you think of alll the stuff that must be tucked away, it's quite exciting.

 
Edited by - GD66 on 30 Oct 2010 10:36:32 PM
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