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bigcatdiary last won the day on November 1 2017

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  1. To be fair the queue moved reasonably quickly, just the odd one that paid by card slowed it up, their were two serving hatches and you just showed your tickets to stewards at the gate. Thats only the second time I have ever been to Leicester and nothing really has changed since the opening year. The racing is still pretty much follow the leader after the first bend.
  2. To be fair rider wise it isn’t so important but obviously it good if a few big names are in it, what it really needs is paying Supporters to arrive in numbers, on this occasion although the attendance was reasonable it wasn’t huge. but to be fair I don’t think Leicester is the sort of place that can do big numbers, the car park was rammed full by the time we arrived at 1130 and it just doesn’t have the large grandstands or big terrracing. Someone mentioned earlier having lost both attempts to stage it last year why not run two this year, I thought that idea had a lot of merit.
  3. More importantly what happened to Lawson, lovely interview on the GP site saying how important this meeting was and then he didn’t show, I didn’t hear any explanation as to why he wasn’t riding.
  4. bigcatdiary

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    Makes a lot more sense than to run it the day after the fours
  5. Presumably Richard Lawson does, if the Ben Fund Organisers were aware they weren’t telling. As for the meeting itself, after an eternity to get heat 1 concluded it plodded along at a fairly slow pace amid the hail, rain and wind and occasional sun. The racing was largely processional with very few genuine overtakes although the commentators were trying to convince everyone it was better than it actually was. A good example of this was Bates who looked a world champion in his first three when he made the gate but missed it totally in heat 16 and was unable to get by Andersen or Perks. Nicholls, Wright, Bates, Masters and King impressed whilst Morris for all the hype from Wolves fans was a major dissapointment failing to finish a race.
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    2019 Regulations

    I disagree, should be the same for all three
  7. bigcatdiary

    Poole 2019

    Anyone with half a brain knows Ford is behind the Poole success, who do you think was texting Middlo during the matches.
  8. bigcatdiary

    2019 Regulations

    That’s sounds like a suggestion from Jim Lawrence, the new SCB Chairman Nice to see some common sense being applied.
  9. bigcatdiary

    2019 Regulations

    I think it’s the way the BSPA read it that’s the defining factor
  10. I sincerely hope those organising this keep the Supporters well up to date with track conditions as their is only one thing worse than a rain off and that’s a rain off 30 minutes after the event should have started with a packed house.
  11. bigcatdiary

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    Just come along to the fans forum next week Rodders with a list of questions
  12. bigcatdiary

    2019 Regulations

    2019 Regulations are now on the SCB website
  13. bigcatdiary

    Tai Woffinden Best Ever!?

    Makes a good argument
  14. bigcatdiary

    Tai Woffinden Best Ever!?

    I have also been watching the sport for 50 years and I think Woffinden is the best, as others have said it would be interesting to know who you think is better?

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