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Old 11-14-2005, 10:12 PM   #21
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Anybody heard if this track will beconsidered by the AMA possibly? Man it would be nice to have SuperBike in town once a year.

There will be none or very limited space for fans, no seating/grandstands.
 
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cmra is already talking about putting up an air fence there... i'm sure all the safety concerns will be addressed before the season begins...

dude I dont even know how good an air fence would do... did you see how close it is?? its closer than the wall at TWS (Texas World Speedway)! It won't be easy to hit... BUT, there's always that chance. :nono:
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The MSR-Houston wall turn is slower then the TWS (Texas World Speedway) turn, it is not downhill and not off camber (I think), but still, the MSR wall seems to indent into the track after the turn...this will be an oh ' moment for beginner and intermediate riders, well actually anybody that comes in too hot and runs wide, even just a little.

I dont know why they designed the track like that, there is tons of space out there to design the track anyway they want to (make it safe)...I am sure that the 4 wheel racers dont want their toys smashed up either (nor their legs).

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The MSR-Houston wall turn is slower then the TWS (Texas World Speedway) turn, it is not downhill and not off camber (I think), but still, the MSR wall seems to indent into the track after the turn...this will be an oh ' moment for beginner and intermediate riders, well actually anybody that comes in too hot and runs wide, even just a little.

I dont know why they designed the track like that, there is tons of space out there to design the track anyway they want to (make it safe)...I am sure that the 4 wheel racers dont want their toys smashed up either (nor their legs).
yeah... agreed with what you said... On top of that during endurance racing coming in to pit will be a bit odd because you can't come flying through the pit like at TWS (Texas World Speedway) cuz of that weird funky shape the wall has. Ah well like I said everything has to have its flaws... we'll see what happens!
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