QuietRush wrote:Yes, me too. I know for sure Hyena will be champing at the bit to get on track for the 1500 class to see if he can win it this time. Just needs two things to happen:
1. His bike to not fall apart or break for 10 laps (am sure he won't make this mistake again);
2. Stay upright and hope to not make a mistake.
Listen to this tough guy, racing a stock bike someone else built
If I finish building mine before Friday night I'll have slightly more confidence that No. 1 will be less of an issue but I definitely won't be going hard enough for No. 2 to come into play. I'm keen for a blast around the track but will be taking it easy so won't be in the running for a podium finish knowing the other bikes.
Although I won the 1500 class last time on a standard Stealth Fighter, I suspect my days are numbered.
Yeah I'm taking it easy and playing it sensible but the rest of Team Hyena won't be. See ya up the back
Seriously, it's a great event
For sure, it's a top event, not just for all the kids involved but all the spectators and other participants. I wish there was something like this around when I was a kid!! And needless to say bringing back the 1500 class is very good news. I'm sure numbers will be up over last years midweek misadventure too.