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Old 03-07-2008, 11:36 AM   #21
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The SBK race there was high winds and sand blowing across the track.
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The SBK race there was high winds and sand blowing across the track.
The MotoGp test was at night



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Yes I saw that. The track conditions were much better for the MGP test. They're running at night because it's gets to hot there in the daytime. The track surface there gets over 120
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Yes I saw that. The track conditions were much better for the MGP test. They're running at night because it's gets to hot there in the daytime. The track surface there gets over 120
and too cold in the night
did you watch final qualifying,
JT qualified it second fastest.
temp drops from 19 to 16 during the session and with that comes humidity and "slickness".
Spate of falls blamed on it.
Watch any of the bikes run off line and see the sand being kicked up.
4 seconds mate, you gotta start believing


Watch the race itself yet ??
What a corker, shame about "that" Bridgestone front
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