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Old 04-30-2002, 01:39 PM   #1
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Old 04-30-2002, 06:12 PM   #2
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Things on my "List of things to do before I'm dead" :

1: Ride Route 66 to California

2: Run with the bulls in Pamplona

3: Tour Ireland on a bike

4: Attend the races at Jerez

5: Explore the catacombs in Prauge

Ahh...all I need now is the $$$...

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Old 05-02-2002, 02:43 AM   #3
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This year I was lucky enough to be sent to Japan on business, at just the right time:

- On April 7th I went to Suzuka to watch Rossi win the first MotoGP 4-stroke. Though I had horrible seats and only really saw the end of the front straight/hairpin into the esses. That and the incessant rain.

- On April 20th I caught the World SBK rounds at Sugo, and saw Colin Edwards 1-2 it despite Tamada. Too bad it wasn't a track better suited for 4-cylinders, as Eric Bostrom was the wildcard I rooted for... Paddock/Pit-walk pass this time, definitely worth the money.

Two venues down...

Of note: Though it was cold and raining, there were tons of spectators at the Suzuka GP, while Sugo's grandstand was barren. Thank god for European attendance, keeping SBK strong!
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