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  1. IMO Torun stadium track 1st class, Prag track 2nd class, city overcrowded, would not recommend in summer, on in wintertime
  2. I found on this facebook site 1 pix, Woffy on GTR close vehind Janowski ...
  3. Thanks a lot and nice weekend
  4. Hi there, any chance to see Grudziacz versus Gorzow now? 2nd question, yesterdays test match Wroclaw v Ostrov, would like to see any pictures or video of Tai Woffinden and his machinery .... ? Rumours that he used a GTR engine ! Thanky for any feedback.
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    German GP Teterow Saturday September 22nd

    Thanks Mark and Waiheke for your opinions. I agree that BZ can be a bad boy, correct. TW in his younger days I dont remember. FL nowadays has become a hard rider really, just no more my cup of tee. May the best 3 win the medals without sending someone into a bad accident. Lets hope for 2 spectacular final rounds.
  6. Navigator1900

    German GP Teterow Saturday September 22nd

    IMO Woffinden is an excellent but also fair rider like Sayfutdinov for example. Others like Lindgren or Pedersen ride more agressively and sometimes too agressively with risk of crash and injury. Last year Belle Vue: Lindgren Bjerre incident already forgotten ... Don‘t get me wrong, I think agressive riding like Zmarzlik does is ok and very exciting to watch, or take Lindbäck on his day, great rider too, but no bad boys IMO. And sorry Mark, Lindgrens action in Prag was too hard ....not only my opinion.
  7. Navigator1900

    German GP Teterow Saturday September 22nd

    Why oh why Woffinden-haters quite often around in this forum. Mind you, I‘m not impressed about his tattoos, but he‘s a great rider and character for our sport: Englands no 1. Compared to the riding style ie of Mr Lindgren he does respect his rivals and let‘s them some room. Remember Lindgren v Woffinden in Prag semifinal .... The best rider should win, I keep my fingers crossed for TW, but it will be a tough battle.
  8. So respect your opinion, in the swedish final Berntzon and Ljung were about level ... anyway your opinion about the lack of up and coming swedish riders compared to the UK. I‘m positively surprised that they have not only Lambert, but also Dan Bewley making a good impression. Which swedish world class rider after Lindgren and Lindbäck will show up? Best regards from neutral Switzerland.
  9. Furthermore in Sweden and Denmark seems to be a shortage of promising young talent. Look at the top 3 from the Landshut challenge. ......
  10. IMO Ljung showed some good meetings this summer. Let him race tomorrow and give your verdict after the GP.
  11. IMO it was a suspense meeting. Kolodzej next year don‘t underestimate him. His riding last night compared to Zagar, Kasprzak lr Milik was outstanding. JK a worthy winner of the Challenge. It was a gaters paradise, but still a better meeting than SGP Horsens ... Iversen still going strong, when you saw how Lindbäck rode in his first two heats, and latter how he could beat Cook in the runoff, I loved that. Fricke was unlucky but a promise for the future. And I still think, German GP should be better in Landshut than Teterow.
  12. Navigator1900

    Cardiff 2018 21st July

    Really cool like this humerous comment ...
  13. Seriously, what I saw on the TV screen last night, despite a very interesting track there, simply another boring meeting, not much excitement although Lambert was the deserved winner. SEC yesterday, also the quality of the live pix, sub standard. On the other hand the scene with the tape troubles was rather hilarious ...
  14. Be happy with silver, Tai was the best rider tonight, Lambert a promise for Englands future. Laguta and Sayfutdinov with all his hard work from the outside gates have been the best team, IMO absolutely deserved win! PS: I really find the new pairs format a winner, maybe a few adjustments ... PS: my new hero is Mr. „Kamikaze Lindgren“, do you remember his antics v. Woffinden in Prague?
  15. Thanks The Dean Machine, but what were his comments then? PS, read with interest your GTR comments ...

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