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I heard from my fren Sg will held a MotoGp in Sg at Changi in 2011. is da true??

as for the link above, r they gonna have a race track in local???

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I heard from my fren Sg will held a MotoGp in Sg at Changi in 2011. is da true??

as for the link above, r they gonna have a race track in local???

 

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hopefully thee will b a Motogp in 2011

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if its realli going to be 2.8km to 3.5, its a veri short circuit

 

 

even though short ...it would be good enuff for most riders ......even mss races are running that kind of distance for north or south track :thumb: what more can we "singapore riders" ask for??

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even though short ...it would be good enuff for most riders ......even mss races are running that kind of distance for north or south track :thumb: what more can we "singapore riders" ask for??

 

dont care how long it is, as long as got track can for us to play can liao.

 

Some of the smaller tracks i been too are actually more technical compared to the longer ones

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Moto gp required 3.5km or more..correct me if i wrong...if they want to race on it..

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Moto gp required 3.5km or more..correct me if i wrong...if they want to race on it..

 

The length of the circuit should be between 3.5 km and 10 km.

 

The starting zone must compulsorily be situated on a straight of a minimum

length of 250 m.

The starting line must be located at a minimum distance of 200 m from the first

curve.

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The length of the circuit should be between 3.5 km and 10 km.

 

The starting zone must compulsorily be situated on a straight of a minimum

length of 250 m.

The starting line must be located at a minimum distance of 200 m from the first

curve.

hey KISS, sorry for being off-topic. i see you use to ride a FZ400... my dad used to ride one. any idea where i can find a good conditioned one? or are all of them dead already?
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hey KISS, sorry for being off-topic. i see you use to ride a FZ400... my dad used to ride one. any idea where i can find a good conditioned one? or are all of them dead already?

 

That's a dinosaur, maybe you can find it in the museum. I rode that beast from 1988-1990 and that's the first bike I rode at PG.

Even if you can find a good condition one, there wouldn't b any parts around. My advice: don't buy.

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Bikes:

1986 - Yamaha RX100

1987 - Yamaha LC125

1988 - Yamaha LC350

1989 - Yamaha FZ400

1991 - Yamaha FZ750

1995 - Suzuki GSXR750

1997 - Kawasaki ZXR750K2 (race bike)

2002 - Yamaha FZR1000

2003 - Honda VFR800Fi

What's next?

Cars:

1996 - Nissan 100FA

1997 - Hyundai Elantra

1998 - Honda Civic

2001 - Toyota Corona

2002 - Renault Scenic

2004 - Toyota Picnic

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Hi,

 

there was a couple of other threads on this, from what I have learn't

- The Govt hasn't issued the tender yet, everything is rumour until this happens

- SSC announced the plan for MotoGP in 2011, SCC issued a press release on this

- the track would be a "grade 2" track, which allows for everything except f1, SSC issued a press release on this

- there was some concern about the land size that it may not be large enough to support 3.5km, I think they said they would allocate more if required

 

more info here...

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=205081&highlight=changi

 

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Carmelo Ezpeleta's hopes of taking MotoGP to Singapore in 2011 are thought to be under threat due to delays in construction a new circuit

 

 

 

The prospect of Singapore being included on the 2011 MotoGP calendar is looking increasingly unlikely after Carmelo Ezpeleta revealed plans for a race have made little progress from a preliminary agreement made more than a year ago.

 

Plans for a race to be held in the Asian country were proposed in November 2008 following the success of the inaugural Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix night race, with a deal made to bring MotoGP to a new permanent circuit in Changi.

 

However, a delay in the project, prompted by the Singapore Sports Council in their attempts to increase the area of land set aside for the circuit, means building work is yet to start on the 'Changi Motorsports Hub'.

 

The SSC is expected to announce which of three consortiums currently bidding to build, finance and manage the circuit it has chosen by the end of March.

 

As such, Dorna boss Ezpeleta is uncertain over whether a race will take place in Singapore in the near future, even if he adds it is a market he is eager to tap.

 

"Please, don't talk anymore about Singapore," he told Singapore's MediaCorp. "For two years, I have been hearing about the Changi permanent track, but till now I don't know who is going to build it or when it will be ready.

 

"It is not the moment to talk about a race there, at night or not. Singapore is one of the countries we want to have a race, but today it is without a circuit and without a circuit we cannot have one."

 

Despite being considered a burgeoning market, the Far East currently only hosts two MotoGP races in Malaysia and Japan – a race in China was dropped at the end of the 2008 season.

 

 

 

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Carmelo Ezpeleta's hopes of taking MotoGP to Singapore in 2011 are thought to be under threat due to delays in construction a new circuit

 

 

 

The prospect of Singapore being included on the 2011 MotoGP calendar is looking increasingly unlikely after Carmelo Ezpeleta revealed plans for a race have made little progress from a preliminary agreement made more than a year ago.

 

Plans for a race to be held in the Asian country were proposed in November 2008 following the success of the inaugural Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix night race, with a deal made to bring MotoGP to a new permanent circuit in Changi.

 

However, a delay in the project, prompted by the Singapore Sports Council in their attempts to increase the area of land set aside for the circuit, means building work is yet to start on the 'Changi Motorsports Hub'.

 

The SSC is expected to announce which of three consortiums currently bidding to build, finance and manage the circuit it has chosen by the end of March.

 

As such, Dorna boss Ezpeleta is uncertain over whether a race will take place in Singapore in the near future, even if he adds it is a market he is eager to tap.

 

"Please, don't talk anymore about Singapore," he told Singapore's MediaCorp. "For two years, I have been hearing about the Changi permanent track, but till now I don't know who is going to build it or when it will be ready.

 

"It is not the moment to talk about a race there, at night or not. Singapore is one of the countries we want to have a race, but today it is without a circuit and without a circuit we cannot have one."

 

Despite being considered a burgeoning market, the Far East currently only hosts two MotoGP races in Malaysia and Japan – a race in China was dropped at the end of the 2008 season.

 

 

 

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who is to be blame?? we all bikers are waiting and waiting for the groundbreaking and yet no news till nw...:dot:

 

for sure, once the track is ready, definitely will get support from our local bikers..BUT, no news..now tat the motogp boss has said 'dun talk about singapore', its like getting a tight slap..:slapforehead:

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That's a dinosaur, maybe you can find it in the museum. I rode that beast from 1988-1990 and that's the first bike I rode at PG.

Even if you can find a good condition one, there wouldn't b any parts around. My advice: don't buy.

 

US still race on the FZR400...they still have parts in US

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who is to be blame?? we all bikers are waiting and waiting for the groundbreaking and yet no news till nw...:dot:

 

for sure, once the track is ready, definitely will get support from our local bikers..BUT, no news..now tat the motogp boss has said 'dun talk about singapore', its like getting a tight slap..:slapforehead:

 

If the Govt,willing to give the support then it ago like the F1...

Anyone can pressure or can bring up to the next election to the Govt..

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If the Govt,willing to give the support then it ago like the F1...

Anyone can pressure or can bring up to the next election to the Govt..

 

But è ting is bro,è govt hv already supported and approved,even put aside 42 hectares for è track compound..and already done with è bidding..nw everyone r waiting for è result which was said to b announce in 1st quarter of tis year..i bet everybody is very anxious abt tis..rite guys???

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U bet bro...From 2 & 4 wheelers...are crossing their figers rite now...

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