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Matthew Birt  says:

No MotoGP freight issues for Phillip Island race

MotoGP teams have been assured that their equipment and machinery will arrive at Phillip Island with no problems after being transported from Japan. Rumours circulating the paddock recently suggested Australian authorities would place restrictions on freight sent from Japan because of fears of radiation contamination after last weekend’s Twin Ring Motegi race. But a communication distributed to teams by the International Race...

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

Aw great... they hate to wait for late freight mate.

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aquarius

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aquarius says:

Oz freight - a non-story - BUT...

The situation in Jpan is certainly no laughing matter. See:

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-10-02/plutonium-found-near-fukushima-plant/3204962

I guess if any containers come off that glow in the dark or cause any water nearby to boil - then the Aussies might send them on to Dorna with a collection of Funnel Webs, Blue-Ringed Octopi, Taipans and Box Jellyfish etc contained therein.

 

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Lorenzo99

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Lorenzo99 says:

Bright Idea !

    Shame the next race was'nt Quatar.Glow in the dark bikes & riders would look cool in a night race  :)

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1986vfr750

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1986vfr750 says:

told ya so

I said at the start of the season that any of the riders thinking of having kids in the future should save some baby batter before the season started as who knows how radioactive those bikes are this year.  Of course as usual all comments on this site are met with ridicule and derision...doesnt seem so crazy now does it lads?...you know who you are

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markgardiner

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markgardiner says:

What about Rossi's finger? That's the real MotoGP story...

Rossi’s broken his finger? I guess that will mean he’ll have even more trouble pulling it out, eh? If you would love a return to the days when real men raced a Grand Prix on the Isle of Man, read ‘Riding Man’! This is a great, true account of an everyman’s dream of racing in the TT. It also covers the history of the TT as the British Grand Prix in detail, and describes the circumstances under which Grand Prix regulars boycotted the TT in the early ‘70s. Suffice to say, back in those days a broken finger was not newsworthy. Get more information about this great book or just download it now at Amazon UK’s site by going here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B004R9QPWC

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