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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-05-2007, 12:34 AM
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Very cool. That seems like a track more suited to GP bikes than Laguna Seca. Although probably Miller or Road America would have been fine too.

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Very cool. That seems like a track more suited to GP bikes than Laguna Seca. Although probably Miller or Road America would have been fine too.
Kenny Roberts tried putting one together at Road America the year after they ran the 500GP race at Laguna. The race actually made it on the calendar but was cancelled because the track modifications required to homologate the track were never made. Would been a great place!

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I hope this event comes together-for me its closer than Laguna Seca & I bet they can handle larger crowds better too. I have read so much negative stuff about Laguna Seca-huge lines/traffic etc. I just wonder if the track at Indy will suit MotoGP bikes??
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