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Old 19 Aug 2001, 12:42 (Ref:132415)   #16
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Crash Test should be qualifying in the top 5 on the gridCrash Test should be qualifying in the top 5 on the grid
Actually it isn't too bad. For the Konicas I was doing the pit reporting, as well my magazine scibbling, and I found standing at the pit exit, near the PA, you could see most of the track. Sure the Tower blocks a bit, but you couldn't see that part of the track if it were there or not. Then the cafe blocks a bit before the bridge, but as a whole, it isn't too bad.

Latest- Apparently the bank took it, and the recievers aren't keen at all to let any raicng. Also there are insurance dramas for anyone who would want to race, and what it means for the track license, I'm not entirely sure...
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Old 19 Aug 2001, 13:13 (Ref:132424)   #17
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Ray Bell should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
By the way, that title problem with the Council is only a minor thing that has to be registered.
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