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Old 6th October 2008, 15:56   #691
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Wow, what great pics!

Real Gran Turismo feeling.

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Old 7th October 2008, 15:23   #692
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I can't believe you muppets go on the 'ring without helmets ... tut tu t
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I can't believe you muppets go on the 'ring without helmets ... tut tu t
It's no more dangerous than some parts of the A682 or the A54 and you wouldn't wear a crash helmet on those. In fact the 'Ring has more run-off and a faster emergency response than either of those two roads.

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You (generally) don't have to contend with all sorts of flat-out nutters on our great British roads either!

Anyway, your nut, your risk
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You (generally) don't have to contend with all sorts of flat-out nutters on our great British roads either!

Anyway, your nut, your risk
On those two roads you do as they're both great shortcuts - and they're coming straight at you rather than in (generally' the same direction as you, so the terminal speed can be in excess of 200mph
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I personally tend not to drive flat out at the Ring , as I am well aware of my falability ....and visibility , especially peripheral , is better without a lid .

Not to mention the fact that I look far too professional with a helmet on !

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Were you boys doing a bit of cross country staging there?
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Were you boys doing a bit of cross country staging there?
Just a touch too much back out coming out of Redgate and approaching the Craner curves Gary !

Steve is always revving me up !

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