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Old 10-30-2006, 11:56 PM   #1
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motogp countries???

what do yall think is the most exciting motogp race to go to?

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Old 10-31-2006, 12:02 AM   #2
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never been to any of them so couldnt tell ya! but im planning for laguna seca 2007, tickets on sale nov 1st... dying to see the cork screw!
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never been to any of them so couldnt tell ya! but im planning for laguna seca 2007, tickets on sale nov 1st... dying to see the cork screw!

i agree. but i think it would be so much more exciting to go to another country. i was thinking japan for motegi or maybe malaysia
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Valencia is THE race to go to (so everyone says)
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i agree. but i think it would be so much more exciting to go to another country. i was thinking japan for motegi or maybe malaysia

Japan and Valencia are my top 2 choices that I want to try to attend. I'd like to do Malaysia, but I don't think it would be the most exciting. The attendance isn't very big and there is a large muslim population there (no partying?)
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Assen would probably be a good one too. A lot of history there, but it's a Thu, Fri practice qualifying and race on Saturday by tradition.


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Japan and Valencia are my top 2 choices that I want to try to attend. I'd like to do Malaysia, but I don't think it would be the most exciting. The attendance isn't very big and there is a large muslim population there (no partying?)

haha yup, ide love to go to valencia as well. im sure theres lots of awesome parties there. does anybody want to start planning a trip? i checked into one of those orbitz package things awhile ago, and me and my girl were gonna go to rome. for 2 roundtrip tix a hotel and a rental car it was like 1200-1400 for both of us. iono. ive never been to europe, is that expensive? but that would be cool to polan a trip with other MH members to go over seas. kinna like home away from home
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Hahah. China is another option then.
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those are mexicans who fell in a bottle of peroxide.
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I went to Valencia last year, it was awesome -
Easy rail access to the circuit from downtown Valencia. Nice hotels-reasonable prices. Crazy spaniards.

Went to Seca this year. The corckscrew is pretty cool and I did have a blast. However, the folks who run the event have a ways to go. Getting to the race was easy. Getting back took 4 hours! The shuttle service was as poorly organized an undertaking as I've ever seen. And it was HOT! We got held up in an over-the-track catwalk for almost an hour while other people were diverted around us and put on the shuttles. My brother and I joked that if it had been a rap concert, there would have been a riot.
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I went to Valencia last year, it was awesome -
Easy rail access to the circuit from downtown Valencia. Nice hotels-reasonable prices. Crazy spaniards.

Went to Seca this year. The corckscrew is pretty cool and I did have a blast. However, the folks who run the event have a ways to go. Getting to the race was easy. Getting back took 4 hours! The shuttle service was as poorly organized an undertaking as I've ever seen. And it was HOT! We got held up in an over-the-track catwalk for almost an hour while other people were diverted around us and put on the shuttles. My brother and I joked that if it had been a rap concert, there would have been a riot.

Man, ya'll got a raw deal with the weather. I had tix for this year, but I am glad I skipped it. I would have DIED in that heat. LOL I went in 2005 and in 1993 and the weather was awesome!! High's of about 80 with a COLD breeze to make you shiver in the shade.

No shuttle service in 1993 or 2k5. If you arrived at the time the gates were opening it wasn't too bad, but leaving was a nightmare. People found their own ways to entertain themselves. Lots of rental cars = mayhem in the mountains.

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At seca, this year, on friday and saturday water was $4 a bottle. (20 oz., generic) On sunday while we waited ther four hours they had reduced water to $2 a bottle, and finally had to bring in flat bed trucks with hundreds of cases of bottled that they handed out for free. This apparently was in an attempt to stave off waves of heat fatigue. We had just spent like $28 on watwer right before they started handing it out, but did they want to give us our money back? no:BangHead:
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