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Old 12 Oct 2018, 01:25 (Ref:3856181)   #16
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That being said, even though I never liked the fact that the Gold Coast race became a two-driver per car event, interesting to see that they've changed it into a 500km single race. (Although I think it would be cool to see it revert back to a SuperStreet style event and sharing it this time with Formula E with one race during the day and the other race during the night. The track looks nice under lights.
Formula E won't share the billing with any petrol/gas/fuel based category. They are there to promote themselves, not anyone else, so that idea is out the window.

However, i'm up for the GC to become a night. Having been there a couple of times when they ran the utes and Carrera Cup late, that makes the most sense to me. Upgrade the road lighting, add in some extra and you've got the best damn rock and race set up any promoter could want. I'd run the race on the Saturday night, but that would mean having practice on Thursday.


This is start of summer serious transition i hate to say it....
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Old 12 Oct 2018, 01:37 (Ref:3856184)   #17
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I've always felt a bit cold towards Eastern Creek / SMP and have never been able to work it out.

Was far happier travelling to Oran Park or Amaroo; Bathurst it is in 2019
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For Sydney, the old Homebush circuit was king for me. Had public transport links, even to the Northern Beaches. Just a shame the event didn't work out (no idea why, the infrastructure was brilliant). Oran Park and Amaroo both difficult to get to by public transport back in the day, as is SMP now.
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For Sydney, the old Homebush circuit was king for me. Had public transport links, even to the Northern Beaches. Just a shame the event didn't work out (no idea why, the infrastructure was brilliant). Oran Park and Amaroo both difficult to get to by public transport back in the day, as is SMP now.
Who has caught public transport to Sandown?

I did it once in the eighties when I was in high school, but wondering if anyone does so now.
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Who has caught public transport to Sandown?

I did it once in the eighties when I was in high school, but wondering if anyone does so now.
It depends on where you are coming from I guess.
However I know there is a regular direct train service from the city or Richmond to Sandown Park Station, which takes half an hour. (Sandown is on the Cranbourne / Pakenham line.)

However I have never gone to Sandown other than by car.

Edit: You can enter where you want to travel from to Sandown or wherever into www.rome2rio.com and it will give you the best method, be it train or bus, along with cost , duration and route.

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