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    Warwick - clear out your PM's, until this is done nothing is getting through.....

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    shorai meeting

    Hi all,does anyone have contact details for someone who is doing the entries for labour weekend. I am trying to find out if they take late entries
    Ian

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    Hi Ian

    Yes late entries are available as per the entry form, i have added a link below to all the info.

    http://www.mxt.co.nz/2016-post-class...ional-challeng
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Staples View Post
    Hi all,does anyone have contact details for someone who is doing the entries for labour weekend. I am trying to find out if they take late entries
    Ian
    entries still open till 23rd sept

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    Only two sidecar entries for the tri series yet, but W.T.F? What's going on here?
    Tracey Bryan & Barry Smith on a Suzuki F2.
    http://cemeterycircuit.co.nz/entries-received/

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidecar bob View Post
    Only two sidecar entries for the tri series yet, but W.T.F? What's going on here?
    Tracey Bryan & Barry Smith on a Suzuki F2.
    http://cemeterycircuit.co.nz/entries-received/
    Hasn't she been keeping you up with the times
    Will be good to see very good to see

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    Haven't pulled our chair apart and hacked it to pieces for a while. Must be a race coming up soon so we've got no time to do it.
    Polemic....look it up

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    This thread seems to have died off a bit so lets see if we can get it more active. I've started rebuilding the old Mo Haley built Kevin Wendt sidecar back to what it use to look like, why? maybe because I'm a bit strange and because i like the 70-90's period of racing. Anyway i really need decent photos of the sidecar when Kevin ran it, if anyone has any i could borrow to copy i would be very grateful. Engine wise it's going to be running a slightly latter GSXR 86 model motor running mechanical injection and methanol.

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    CAMS Club Day 21st Jan

    Hi All,
    A few CAMS members have and are building classic/post classic sidecars.
    If there is enough interest from more modern sidecars we are happy to run them at our next meeting Ruapuna 21st Jan.

    PM me if you are keen so we can get an idea of numbers.
    We're keen to encourage some of the older outfits out but all welcome to make up numbers.

    Cheers
    CAMS

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    Hey Classic sidecar guys, as a spectator at the recent Cemetery circuit meeting the scariest thing for an avid spectator was hearing the commentator say that unless there are more entries in this field we may not see them race here again.

    That would be a bloody shame, us oldies and not so oldies love seeing the fun and often keen rivalry between these racers in a class that allows people to compete in without needing 3 mortgages and large corporate sponsorship ( only presuming) to be competitive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old slider View Post
    us oldies and not so oldies love seeing the fun and often keen rivalry between these racers in a class that allows people to compete in without needing 3 mortgages and large corporate sponsorship ( only presuming) to be competitive.
    I think you'd be surprised what some of those have spent on them
    "If you can make black marks on a straight from the time you turn out of a corner until the braking point of the next turn, then you have enough power."


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    Even BP would shy away from cleaning up a sidecar oil spill.
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    Send Lawyers, guns and money, the shit has hit the fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kickaha View Post
    I think you'd be surprised what some of those have spent on them

    I can only imagine Kickaha, actually I cant even do that to be honest mate.

    I would think that just like 30-40 yrs ago many hours of uncharged Labour goes into most outfits from crew, family and friends, along with the many $$ spent on other expenses, travel etc and the frequent consumables of racing.

    My very limited experience from the 70s early 80s racing speedway chairs was that those with seemingly unlimited $$ were often the ones that the rest of us chased, always trying to catch the latest race proven chassis design or later model engines, but sometimes simply a racers ability could make them more than competitive, but usually it didn't last long, pushing old technology way beyond its limits aye. But that's racing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kickaha View Post
    I think you'd be surprised what some of those have spent on them
    There are people who have spent more on their classic motors than what you could buy an lcr for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nodrog View Post
    There are people who have spent more on their classic motors than what you could buy an lcr for.
    There are people in any branch of the sport who will spend more to succeed. I've always gained more enjoyment from out thinking rather than out spending...

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    More research required...

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