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Old 06-05-2009, 09:35 PM   #1
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Well here we go again season starts this weekend in Wales,numbers are down but not as bad as first thought, last minute teams seem to be entering and we have a decent fleet of dedicated racers over 20 teams, next stop will be plymouth,then lowestoft, then cowes, and the finals in I O M,
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Old 06-05-2009, 10:59 PM   #2
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Good to hear they're coming to muster, even if at the last minute, though this'll be the 3rd weekend in a row that there's been offshore racing happening in various forms Looks to be a busy season
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Well here we go again season starts this weekend in Wales,numbers are down but not as bad as first thought, last minute teams seem to be entering and we have a decent fleet of dedicated racers over 20 teams, next stop will be plymouth,then lowestoft, then cowes, and the finals in I O M,
When is Plymouth?
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20-21st June
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Old 07-05-2009, 08:12 PM   #5
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What a sexist bunch fink your forgetting a few of your fellow lady racers.
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Old 08-05-2009, 06:20 PM   #7
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Well here we go again season starts this weekend in Wales,numbers are down but not as bad as first thought, last minute teams seem to be entering and we have a decent fleet of dedicated racers over 20 teams, next stop will be plymouth,then lowestoft, then cowes, and the finals in I O M,
Mark, you could have bought my boat and had a chance of winning!
But seriously, good luck to all the racers in Honda the 225's should be really competitive this year...can't wait to see the results.
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Old 11-05-2009, 07:13 PM   #9
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http://www.f4sa.co.uk/feature-racesu...agrand-f77.php great weekend, good racing and good copmpany
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Power of Dreams won both the 225s races with Scott in team williams swopping places with Vortigen for second and third each,only 2 lengths between 1st and 2nd,all three boats evenly matched,looking good.Scotts son Dale,16,got blooded in his 1st race in the 150 class,comlng in 4th,lets have Bert back.
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Power of Dreams won both the 225s races with Scott in team williams swopping places with Vortigen for second and third each,only 2 lengths between 1st and 2nd,all three boats evenly matched,looking good.Scotts son Dale,16,got blooded in his 1st race in the 150 class,comlng in 4th,lets have Bert back.
we got a 4th place in the first race and then 3rd place in the second.
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Old 12-05-2009, 12:10 PM   #13
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Have to say I expected the Germans to do well. They came out of the mould right after mine...had a lot of mechanical issues last year but were quick then if you noticed. Looks like they have spent a lot of time preparing from what I hear.
Gunter I suspect, if still running the show, will be very determined to make sure that team is tip top this year.

Should get interesting when the rough races appear...Lowestoft Cowes and Isle of Man offer that potential. Scotty boy will eat up the fleet in the rough he proved that in the Isle of Man last year.
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we got a 4th place in the first race and then 3rd place in the second.
Only warming up hey?Roll on Plymouth.
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Mark, you could have bought my boat and had a chance of winning!
But seriously, good luck to all the racers in Honda the 225's should be really competitive this year...can't wait to see the results.
How much do you want for it, if its the right money we would be intrested
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HI SCREAM IT, i have Pm u with data about ur boat too as i have a m8 who is very intrested too ,he knows its quick , i will wait for ur reply asap pls.


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Hi Rich ,
Ma M8 just come Back from asking about what paper work he needs to bring boat down really u should have all that as its the usuall u get given with a boat, or couger should help on that, i have PM u with most off them he needs , i will inform u with the rest needed, not easy down ere ,but should be oki.


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