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I am cheered  by reading hte news in this weeks Speedway Star that sepctators are going to be allowed into speedway stadiums in Sweden.

The enterprising Swedish promoters have declared that their track restaurants will be open for business and will take bookings for meals to allow spectators to watch the racing.

This must be the way forward that the British  PRomoters were waiting for ... open up your trackside restaurants, start taking bookings and start racing.

Ah hang on ....... just thought you cannot see the racing from the "restaurant"  behind the pits at Eastbounre, nor from the "restaurant" under the grandstand at Sittingbourne.

How are other UK tracks fixed for a trackside dining experience?

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10 minutes ago, old bob at herne bay said:

I am cheered  by reading hte news in this weeks Speedway Star that sepctators are going to be allowed into speedway stadiums in Sweden.

The enterprising Swedish promoters have declared that their track restaurants will be open for business and will take bookings for meals to allow spectators to watch the racing.

This must be the way forward that the British  PRomoters were waiting for ... open up your trackside restaurants, start taking bookings and start racing.

Ah hang on ....... just thought you cannot see the racing from the "restaurant"  behind the pits at Eastbounre, nor from the "restaurant" under the grandstand at Sittingbourne.

How are other UK tracks fixed for a trackside dining experience?

You can't see the racing when queuing for coffee at King's Lynn, that system could never work in the UK. 

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You'd only be allowed watery soup you could suck through a mask anyway! 

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Just kidding, if you took your time eating you wouldn't have to wear a mask at all. 

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1 hour ago, old bob at herne bay said:

I am cheered  by reading hte news in this weeks Speedway Star that sepctators are going to be allowed into speedway stadiums in Sweden.

The enterprising Swedish promoters have declared that their track restaurants will be open for business and will take bookings for meals to allow spectators to watch the racing.

This must be the way forward that the British  PRomoters were waiting for ... open up your trackside restaurants, start taking bookings and start racing.

Ah hang on ....... just thought you cannot see the racing from the "restaurant"  behind the pits at Eastbounre, nor from the "restaurant" under the grandstand at Sittingbourne.

How are other UK tracks fixed for a trackside dining experience?

How will this work given that dining at most Swedish tracks is more rudimentary than British ones?

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1 hour ago, old bob at herne bay said:

I am cheered  by reading hte news in this weeks Speedway Star that sepctators are going to be allowed into speedway stadiums in Sweden.

The enterprising Swedish promoters have declared that their track restaurants will be open for business and will take bookings for meals to allow spectators to watch the racing.

This must be the way forward that the British  PRomoters were waiting for ... open up your trackside restaurants, start taking bookings and start racing.

Ah hang on ....... just thought you cannot see the racing from the "restaurant"  behind the pits at Eastbounre, nor from the "restaurant" under the grandstand at Sittingbourne.

How are other UK tracks fixed for a trackside dining experience?

NSS has the finest view anyone could wish for !!!

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12 hours ago, BWitcher said:

So you say.. but the evidence says otherwise.

But go ahead.. comply.. comply.. comply and even worse.. beg for more. That always ends well, history has shown us that :)

Ok, whatever.  I am able to think for myself I log onto the 'net to share information and for fun, I don't get into spats.  I hope that neither you, or anyone you know or care about, gets infected with Covid-19, speaking from unfortunate experience, no-one, really (really) don't want to catch it.

Hope this statement doesn't include speedway but just read: "Boris says fans can enter stadiums (presumably football) in October"....

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7 hours ago, martinmauger said:

Ok, whatever.  I am able to think for myself I log onto the 'net to share information and for fun, I don't get into spats.  I hope that neither you, or anyone you know or care about, gets infected with Covid-19, speaking from unfortunate experience, no-one, really (really) don't want to catch it.

Hope this statement doesn't include speedway but just read: "Boris says fans can enter stadiums (presumably football) in October"....

I had it, and compared to Influenza it was a walk in the park, just mild cold like symptoms. Herd immunity is the only way any virus goes away...

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14 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

I had it, and compared to Influenza it was a walk in the park, just mild cold like symptoms. Herd immunity is the only way any virus goes away...

And that of course is why we no longer catch a cold or the flu.... Cos they've gone away 

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27 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

I had it, and compared to Influenza it was a walk in the park, just mild cold like symptoms. Herd immunity is the only way any virus goes away...

But like everything one person has mild symptoms and the next has big problems. Saw a report that many have lung problems months afterwards. Another was a woman in her mid-30s could hardly make it a few hundreds years down the road. But I must admit I didn’t see if she had previous problems and wouldn’t be too surprised if she was putting it on for benefits etc

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7 minutes ago, iris123 said:

But like everything one person has mild symptoms and the next has big problems. Saw a report that many have lung problems months afterwards. Another was a woman in her mid-30s could hardly make it a few hundreds years down the road. But I must admit I didn’t see if she had previous problems and wouldn’t be too surprised if she was putting it on for benefits etc

That's often the same for any virus. Take care of the immune system and it will take care of you ...

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8 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

That's often the same for any virus. Take care of the immune system and it will take care of you ...

Good advice, just like eating healthy or not drinking too much alcohol or smoking cigarettes is good advice. But a large % of the population ignore it and the health system has to cope with the consequences 

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38 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

That's often the same for any virus. Take care of the immune system and it will take care of you ...

That's nonsense. Whether someone gets or is more badly affected by a virus is extremely complex. There is no way to "look after your immune system" as if anything you do can change your biology. Equally, there is no evidence that eating more fruit makes you 'healthier'. Nutrition and health have basic links only. 

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42 minutes ago, SPEEDY69 said:

That's nonsense. Whether someone gets or is more badly affected by a virus is extremely complex. There is no way to "look after your immune system" as if anything you do can change your biology. Equally, there is no evidence that eating more fruit makes you 'healthier'. Nutrition and health have basic links only. 

I'll leave you with your delusions and stupidity, i have no time for blind ignorance...

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9 hours ago, martinmauger said:

Ok, whatever.  I am able to think for myself I log onto the 'net to share information and for fun, I don't get into spats.  I hope that neither you, or anyone you know or care about, gets infected with Covid-19, speaking from unfortunate experience, no-one, really (really) don't want to catch it.

Hope this statement doesn't include speedway but just read: "Boris says fans can enter stadiums (presumably football) in October"....

May well have had it, as the vast majority of the time you don't even know.

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