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  1. OveFundinFan

    Heat details 1986 British Open Pairs

    Chris Morton was world class, no doubt about it. Just didn’t do it on the big night of the world final, presume nerves got the best of him, but yes, he would have been a worthy world champ.
  2. It’s a month of yet, we don’t know what other countries have qualified. All teams will have to decide at the same time.
  3. Practice makes perfect. This was before the accident.?
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    Emma Raducanu

    Did you mean to say Matt Ford Emma also good at go kart racing, could go to F1.
  5. Not on that occasion Ian. I was sat in the temporary stand on bend 3-4. It was a track that prepared wrong on the Friday evening, too grippy, fast track, no racing. Someone else must have took the lead for Saturday night as the track was prepared differently and racing was very good.
  6. OveFundinFan

    Wildcards 2022

    Problem with giving riders 2-3 seasons ((and I can see your point) is that the end of year one, they stay, but for selectors to “go wild” and pick another three would mean three to go from the remaining twelve and be replaced by another three to be developed. You could end up with 6 riders you are hoping will develop and they may/or may not, and the series could be worse. Its tricky for the selectors, absolutely. Not being able to please all the people all of the time (or should it be hardly any people any time)
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    Emma Raducanu

    The break for medical treatment was an interesting point in the to me. For sure Fernandez was upset but getting annoyed could have worked in her favour. On the other hand Raducanu was sitting still and getting “cold” which could have worked against her. As it was, probably the opposite occurred within both of them. There was a point at the beginning of the 2nd set I though Fernandez looked to have an advantage just for a couple of games, but it didn’t last.
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    Eurosport

    So the 20 heats DO mean something, glad you agree.
  9. OveFundinFan

    Wildcards 2022

    You have got different people this year, 1 performs reasonable, 2 not so good. You want more then 3 new ones each year?
  10. OveFundinFan

    Eurosport

    Of course 20 heats mean something…….. only 8 take part in the semis. what that means if you score 8 or 9 in first three rides you more or less cert of a semi final place so no need to bust a gut in the last two rides (other then the more you score the better your choice of gate position for the semi).
  11. I asked the question on here at least a month ago and the answer was No. It would be too risky being October. When they did it in 2016 it was June time, nice summer evenings, and it was still sold out, but almost full.
  12. OveFundinFan

    SGP Vojens 2021

    Waiheke1 and Bruiser, I in agreement with you two, not a bad meeting (but not a brilliant meeting).
  13. OveFundinFan

    Wildcards 2022

    I disagree that this year he is mediocre, he had a couple 7th places and a 9th. The meeting he got injured he had 2 rides, 6 points, that is definitely mediocre, maybe he would have been on the podium or top of the podium. If he had done that he would have been a cert more then likely for next year. Martin is a proper racer, not a passenger hanging on picking up odd points. He is coming up to his prime years, for me he is a definite goer for next year. Danger is they could pick 37 year old Jan Kolodzeiz who had his best years about 15 years ago.
  14. OveFundinFan

    Wildcards 2022

    Too soon for Bewley, no matter what they do with Lambert. If the selectors picked. Bewley for next year, and he flops, then he will be out in 2023 (unless he earns it Euro champ/GP challenge). If he misses 2022 (like I think he should) then he just might be right for 2023, depending how he develops.
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