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Old 06-Nov-2006, 13:12
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Talking DD 2007- Entries swelling.....Get your forms in!

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Popularity.....

Currently 18 class A and 19 class B punters for 2007. (29 Actual forms - 8 with expressed intent).

Assen grid only holds 44!

Get your forms in people, and those you know who haven't give them a shove.

25 in a class will apparently give a good chance of getting separate grids.

Great news to allow us to negotiate with New Era.

Nice one.....is it March yet????
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Old 06-Nov-2006, 14:05
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Well that is good news.

Everyone should remember though, that they have only until December 31st to sign up!

A Desmodue entry - the Christmas present that keeps on giving.
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Old 06-Nov-2006, 14:37
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Well that is good news.

Everyone should remember though, that they have only until December 31st to sign up!

A Desmodue entry - the Christmas present that keeps on giving.


1st come, first served, on the Assen grid though!!!!

A long way to go as a reserve!
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Old 06-Nov-2006, 14:41
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1st come, first served, on the Assen grid though!!!!

A long way to go as a reserve!

What about the people who are waiting until the meeting on the 18th to decide? Do they get shunted to the back of the queue because there are issues to be resolved?

Poor show old chap! (not directed at you Chris)
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Old 06-Nov-2006, 14:51
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On the other hand, wouldn't it be nice to have 44 people on the grid without 'issues'. I might be tempted to jump on a plane and go to Assen
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Old 06-Nov-2006, 14:53
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On the other hand, wouldn't it be nice to have 44 people on the grid without 'issues'. I might be tempted to jump on a plane and go to Assen

It'd be great wouldn't it

That's why we want to resolve them
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Old 06-Nov-2006, 15:08
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TP's quote - "What about the people who are waiting until the meeting on the 18th to decide? Do they get shunted to the back of the queue because there are issues to be resolved?

Poor show old chap! (not directed at you Chris)" (I will learn how to do a double quote thingy one of these days.... Ms Dopey)

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It'd be great wouldn't it

That's why we want to resolve them

A little contradictory, perhaps?
Either way. Great result to get another race at Assen. I hope my diary is free. I've many hazy memories about trips to the Netherlands. Starbucks has a thing or two to learn about Nepalese or Kenyan

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Old 06-Nov-2006, 15:16
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I cant see why an few extra days delay would matter for the Assen 'entries of intent'
After all, the entries didnt go out until feb 06 for Assen this year.

Maybe the current RC can move the timing of these Assen entries to coincide with the final date for entries of 31st Dec?
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A little contradictory, perhaps?

Not at all, if we resolve the issues now then we can all go to Assen without any

I think thats what we all want.
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This year we didnt have to put the entries in until Feb, wich i think is better because then people will know if they can commit time wise /money . But as you say first come first served................now where me stamps....
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