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    ....forgot to add that CAMS is running a new class at its meetings. For want of a better name we have named it the CAMS 150/250 Class. Rules are fairly open. Max 150cc Two Stroke/ 250 Four Stroke, singles and twins.. By open we mean open...development of specials or competition motors is to be applauded...this is not a development class...it is a race class.
    It will end up being an A and a B class situation... any competition motors will be A class, irrespective of ...(anything).... F4 machinery is eligible for this class, of course...we will still be running and supporting F4 at our meetings...

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    CAMS Race Meeting Saturday

    Saturday 17th November
    Ruapuna B Track
    Sign on 8 am
    All CAMS classes '63..'72..'82..'89...CAMS 150/250's...F4...Moderns

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    Mmmmmm..... could see a worked 250 ninja on the cards...maybe

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    Quote Originally Posted by SWERVE View Post
    Mmmmmm..... could see a worked 250 ninja on the cards...maybe
    Is that the one you plan on running in 250 production for the Nats??? LMFAO!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy View Post
    Is that the one you plan on running in 250 production for the Nats??? LMFAO!!!
    SSSssssshhhhhhhhhhhh......... dont want the RR Commisioner finding out............ oh buggar

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    swerve,
    you be fine, its those hyo things they after ,
    those huge weigth saving side stand brackets,
    without then the housepower /weight ratio is still.......................... not much

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne View Post
    swerve,
    you be fine, its those hyo things they after ,
    those huge weigth saving side stand brackets,
    without then the housepower /weight ratio is still.......................... not much
    Seriously John????? weight saving sidestand brackets,Are you for real?

    No surely not,Your just taking the piss,Either that or you haven't read the rulebook(what a surprise),All welded brackets must remain in place,Oh and you forgot to mention the old MNZ trait of bullying that we're accused of whenever we enforce a rule

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    ...thanks to those who turned up to support our club and for supplying the entertainment... dont know if it was Jim Hickey who kept a lot of riders away but those that did turn up got a lot of racing in...the slight drizzle made the track a little treacherous for a race or two and there were a few loss of traction moments and a few sparks but again the ambo did not leave its park which is what we aim for. The 150/250 class was the big class on the day and it's definitely going to be the fun class to play in...

    Next CAMS meeting is our Christmas meeting at Levels on the 8th December...bbq and lots of racing yet again

    Same classes as always...'63...'72...'82...'89...150/250...F4 and Moderns...sign on 8am...

    ...meeting after that is the CAMS Pre 89 Cup meeting, Ruapuna full track...Jan 26th...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellipsis View Post
    ...thanks to those who turned up to support our club and for supplying the entertainment... dont know if it was Jim Hickey who kept a lot of riders away but those that did turn up got a lot of racing in...the slight drizzle made the track a little treacherous for a race or two and there were a few loss of traction moments and a few sparks but again the ambo did not leave its park which is what we aim for. The 150/250 class was the big class on the day and it's definitely going to be the fun class to play in...

    Next CAMS meeting is our Christmas meeting at Levels on the 8th December...bbq and lots of racing yet again

    Same classes as always...'63...'72...'82...'89...150/250...F4 and Moderns...sign on 8am...

    ...meeting after that is the CAMS Pre 89 Cup meeting, Ruapuna full track...Jan 26th...

    Good way for the Modern boys to get some testing in before the Nats!


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    The 150/250 class was the big class on the day and it's definitely going to be the fun class to play in...

    Haallllaaaaa "bloody" uuuuuujjjahhhhh...... Well done CAMS...yes definately "THE CLASS" for everyone (and most importantly more track/bike time for young guns)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SWERVE View Post
    The 150/250 class was the big class on the day and it's definitely going to be the fun class to play in...

    Haallllaaaaa "bloody" uuuuuujjjahhhhh...... Well done CAMS...yes definately "THE CLASS" for everyone (and most importantly more track/bike time for young guns)
    Jock Woodley gave everyone the learn in the dry.......he's too old to ride in the wet now days and pack up and went home before the sun came back out


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    ...150/250 action on a greasy Ruapuna...onboard with Buddha#81...



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    Quote Originally Posted by ellipsis View Post

    Next CAMS meeting is our Christmas meeting at Levels on the 8th December...bbq and lots of racing yet again

    Same classes as always...'63...'72...'82...'89...150/250...F4 and Moderns...sign on 8am...

    ...meeting after that is the CAMS Pre 89 Cup meeting, Ruapuna full track...Jan 26th...
    CAMS Xmas meeting next Saturday
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    Im sorry to have to be writing of a fatal accident at our CAMS Christmas meeting.

    Craig Hyde from Ashburton, seemingly, lost the back end in the first sweeper at Levels and went down in front of a rider who had no chance to avoid him. It was within seconds of flag drop in their first race of the day. Despite the red flag being called straight away and the very speedy Ambulance response, they could not revive him.

    It's a sad time for a lot of riders and friends of his from around the Canterbury area and further afield.

    Tragic as it is, this is what we do. It was a racing incident and no other rider had any bearing on the incident.

    No matter how hard we try to be one of the most safety conscious clubs and are pushing even harder to make safer racing, we have to be aware that when the green flag drops our fate is uncertain. No amount of off track preparation and enforcement of safety related rules can change this.

    Our collective hearts go out to his family and friends.

    Neil Morrison
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