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    Just heard from Chris Lawrence. This meeting now has 330 entries!!! is that a record for road racing in NZ?
    Spyda, youre our chief historian, can you shed any light on that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    Just heard from Chris Lawrence. This meeting now has 330 entries!!! is that a record for road racing in NZ?
    Spyda, youre our chief historian, can you shed any light on that?
    yep, I checked it out and it's actually spelt Chris Lawrance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    yep, I checked it out and it's actually spelt Chris Lawrance.
    Spyda , your a cart full of chuckles .

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    Just heard from Chris Lawrence. This meeting now has 330 entries!!! is that a record for road racing in NZ?
    Spyda, youre our chief historian, can you shed any light on that?

    Hes a chief what ??? only because hes so old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadracingoldfart View Post
    Hes a chief what ??? only because hes so old.
    He's a bundle of random facts that people either never knew, or promptly forgot. I am constantly amazed at the depth of it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    He's a bundle of random facts that people either never knew, or promptly forgot. I am constantly amazed at the depth of it all.
    that one was easy Sidecar Bob, it's been in both a huge number of programmes for the last twenty plus years, signwritten on the race truck and his Bro and Father have the same spelling too.


    I had a quick look at a couple of programmes last night, the only thing that comes close or exceeds that number is the Pukekohe classics.
    It's great that the meeting has drawn out this many and will help make it a success that hopefully will see it a viable event to do again and again

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    that one was easy Sidecar Bob, it's been in both a huge number of programmes for the last twenty plus years, signwritten on the race truck and his Bro and Father have the same spelling too.


    I had a quick look at a couple of programmes last night, the only thing that comes close or exceeds that number is the Pukekohe classics.
    It's great that the meeting has drawn out this many and will help make it a success that hopefully will see it a viable event to do again and again
    I wasnt just refering to the Chris Thing, I mean, you can spell Craig "Sherrifs" properly too!!
    So what do we have to do to get you commentating sidechairs at the Bazza then??

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    The BSTTC was well worth the effort , the one round of racing lost due to the weather was a shame but hey the racing otherwise was fanatastic to watch in all classes.

    The feel of the meeting with the Australian contingent was very different to the norm as well - and added that bit of spice !

    Well done to all those behind it for making it happen.

    Glen

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    Has anyone got a good photo of the Zundapp kneeler at the meeting?

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ID:	272259 pretty cool bike, original built in 1959 and then raced at Bathurst in 1960.
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    Quote Originally Posted by codgyoleracer View Post
    The BSTTC was well worth the effort , the one round of racing lost due to the weather was a shame but hey the racing otherwise was fanatastic to watch in all classes.

    The feel of the meeting with the Australian contingent was very different to the norm as well - and added that bit of spice !

    Well done to all those behind it for making it happen.

    Glen
    Well done to you Glen, you where the star of the weekend. Having that dice in the feature race with Robbie was classic even from a distnace back. Hopefully we will come back next year. Cheers for the help too.

    Best wishes
    Nige Taylor
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    Quote Originally Posted by nige085 View Post
    Well done to you Glen, you where the star of the weekend. Having that dice in the feature race with Robbie was classic even from a distnace back. Hopefully we will come back next year. Cheers for the help too.

    Best wishes
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    Hi Nige, Yip was a bucket list tick to share the same piece of track with Robbie and of course all of the internationals at the event. Your bike looks stunning in those original race colours, hopefully i get a chance one day to come to your playground in oz :-)

    Will Pm those postal details for bits borrowed

    Cheers
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