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    Cajun - No its Like $80 per bike and or per person in all honesty! as a 2nd rider cant fill out a sheet without paying etc and you need to be signed up!

    thats if you want to be official and all but they can never tell etc, i had 3 odd people riding my machine and actually didnt pay till after my 4th time out there! (forgot!) its really relaxed etc dude

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    Sweet cheers Kwaka-Kid

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    I went to one track day at puke just to check it out, that was back in Summer its likely to rain tomorrow 18th June not lookin to hot.
    does you need good gear I reckon not sure what the minimum is? two pairs of Jeans? anyone know what the scruiteneers require?
    You need plenty of Gas too cause your fuel consumption will be high and you need some to get to the nearest gas stop 3ks dont run on reserve.
    dont forget your gonna boil your brake fluid and dont expect your tyres to not get a pasting. I think $80 is a bit of a killer they should have a pay per lap charge with a base charge or something some might like to have a go but not 20 go,s It's a good family day out when the formula 5000 and classic car club share the track(not at the same time naturally) and there no gate charge
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    shit mate where are you coming from.
    $80 is chicken feed. The track time guys charge like 150
    Last time I was there I had at least 3 hours riding for that $80 Bloody cheap
    Pukie is the MOST expensive track to hire in the country
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redstar
    does you need good gear I reckon not sure what the minimum is? two pairs of Jeans? anyone know what the scruiteneers require?
    You need plenty of Gas too cause your fuel consumption will be high and you need some to get to the nearest gas stop 3ks dont run on reserve.
    Of course you should have some good protective gear on (but it's not compulsory) - jeans won't save any skin if you bin it!

    Gas is only 2 mins down the road, and you can leave and return before and after each track session when the gates are open.

    Tyres will take a beating if you go hard out! Last bike only open day (3-4 hrs riding) I wore 1/4 of the tread off my tyres.

    Also, no insurance cover on the track unless you take out a special policy.


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    Hey is the 3rd a bike only one?

    Im starting to get twitchy....tempted to take the cage out...

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    nah its everything Devil, mate of mine is coming up in his hsv holden, and another friend in a ford rs cosworth, me bike will be on the trailer behind the holden,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajun
    nah its everything Devil, mate of mine is coming up in his hsv holden, and another friend in a ford rs cosworth, me bike will be on the trailer behind the holden,
    *twitch*.....soo....tempting!.... arrrg!

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    hahahah yeah, i lookign forward to taking the hsv holden out as well dc:< 5 litre v8 mmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajun
    hahahah yeah, i lookign forward to taking the hsv holden out as well dc:< 5 litre v8 mmmmm
    Do you know what year it is?
    Id be interested in beating it up

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    I have it on good authority that there'll be a special guest appearance on the 3rd by a hardened racer.

    It seems every body wants a crack at ol' Trasheys title
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    Quote Originally Posted by White trash
    I have it on good authority that there'll be a special guest appearance on the 3rd by a hardened racer.

    It seems every body wants a crack at ol' Trasheys title
    It'd be good to see Johann out there. I wonder what sorta times he'll be doing. If its dry and perfect, flat 60s or less?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Motoracer
    It'd be good to see Johann out there. I wonder what sorta times he'll be doing. If its dry and perfect, flat 60s or less?
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    Turned up yesterday (25th June) and no bikes were there...
    Wasn't sure I had the day/time right...
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    I think there will be a whole lotta people there one the third cleve. The track days are run normally with cars and bikes together (tho not at the same time on the track, so its just luck as to whether you get a lotaa bikers or only a few
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