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Pictures courtesy of Ian Adam

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This article was first published on 23rd September 2005


 

  • Filthy Phil:

    "Nice Pix, but when will we see some tracks in Europe with some banking on them, it gives better racing as there are more lines etc. Not what we have now .... 30m Sprints!"

  • Peter Hunter:

    "More to the point, when is the SGP going to go to tracks OUTSIDE of Europe & the UK? Ok, Sydney held the Aussie SGP in 2002 but that was a one off on an artificial track. They don't come down under, they don't go to the Americas.....it's about time they did IMO."

  • Bill Elliot:

    "Agree entirely with Peter Hunter on the GP being taken outside of Europe (much as I dislike the GP format anyway). Surely if Grin wins the title this year, 2012 would be the perfect time to stage a round in the US of A, as the Americans are the best in the world at supporting their own, and with a defending World Champion to support, what better time-and with guys like Jason Crump and Chris Holder doing the Aussies proud, surely there's a strong case for an Aussie round, or are vested interests still more important than actually promoting the sport? "

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