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Thread: Tasman Revival Meeting at Eastern Creek, December 1-3. UCP Gathering.

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    yeah, clutch monkey may make it, 30 bucks entry fee FTL (being 17Yo FTW)..

    I need that money

    on the up side, i can show you lot the hills near my place (eastern creek is fairly close to me)
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteballz
    on the up side, i can show you lot the hills near my place (eastern creek is fairly close to me)
    How does North Richmond suddenly turn into Eastern Creek?
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    Be fair, I said fairly close!

    + north richmond is a hole, Kurrajong is where i reside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndclasscitizen
    Hmmm, $40 is pretty pricey, but I may be able to get dad's Calais (so it's ok Slick, at least one UCP Calais will be there! ) and fuel card so if any Canberrans want to go up on the Sunday PM me and I'll see what I can manage!
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    The Tasman Revival Meeting is now only a few days away. If anyone is going and they want to meet up, can you please PM me.
    I'll be there on Sunday, and probably Saturday.

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    I'll be there all day saturday, so if your getting in around mid-day we will have to try find eachother
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    Quote Originally Posted by motorsportnerd
    Not half as much as I envy you guys in Europe with all the modern and classic race meetings, car displays and motorshows you have access to. Still we have one or two great events, so can't complain too much.
    classic in france is now reserved to rich people , dad just makes one or two hillclimbs per year and a racetrack or a little rally , we actually try to find the atmosphere we used to have in meetings like Goodwood and l'Age d'Or (ended some years ago).
    I wish we had an important tourism meeting like Bathurst i France , i follow it every year , i swear i'll go there

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    I'll be there Friday.

    Any others who are going and want to say Hi let me know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by forza_autodelta
    I wish we had an important tourism meeting like Bathurst i France , i follow it every year , i swear i'll go there
    The Le Mans 24 hour doesn't count??
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    yes , but it's not really for cars like the commodore or the falcon , just for prototypes and supercars like ferraris , lambos , ...
    i've ever tought touring car races were more spectacular , like in WTCC , V8 and even BTCC , etc...although i've been really seduced by the fights in all ALMS categories . the reason of that is the tracks imo , in europe we tend to race more and more on F1 tracks in major events like FIA GT and WTCC wheather you australian , british and american racers are more conservative and still drive on circuits like Donington , Petit Le Mans , Pukekohe , Bathurst ,etc I mean circuits where you can have a hot show

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    Quote Originally Posted by forza_autodelta
    yes , but it's not really for cars like the commodore or the falcon , just for prototypes and supercars like ferraris , lambos , ...
    i've ever tought touring car races were more spectacular , like in WTCC , V8 and even BTCC , etc...although i've been really seduced by the fights in all ALMS categories . the reason of that is the tracks imo , in europe we tend to race more and more on F1 tracks in major events like FIA GT and WTCC wheather you australian , british and american racers are more conservative and still drive on circuits like Donington , Petit Le Mans , Pukekohe , Bathurst ,etc I mean circuits where you can have a hot show
    don't forget the street tracks i.e. indy at the gold coast is just a bunch of streets closed off
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    Tasman revival was a blast, some exclelent pictures to share.

    once i sort through the 1.5 thousand i took..
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