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  • 2004 MotoGP, WorldSBK, BSB & AMA calendars Updated 11/1/

    Note that these are provisional, likely to change, etc.

    motogp.com | worldsbk.com | britishsuperbike.com | ussuperbike.com

    MotoGP
    ....................................Updated 11/1/04
    Apr 18 Welkom, South Africa..............Apr 18 South Africa, Welkom
    May 2 Jerez, Spain............................May 2 Spain, Jerez
    May 16 Le Mans, France.....................May 16 France, Le Mans
    May 30 Mugello, Italy.........................Jun 6 Italy, Mugello
    Jun 13 Catalunya, Spain.....................Jun 13 Spain, Catalunya
    Jun 26 Assen, Netherlands..................Jun 26 Netherlands, Assen
    Jul 11 Donington, England...................Jul 4 Brazil, Rio
    Jul 18 Sachsenring, Germany..............Jul 18 Germany, Sachsenring
    Jul 31 Jacarepaguل, Brazil...................Jul 25 UK, Donington
    Aug 22 Brno, Czech Republic...............Aug 22 Czech Republic, Brno
    Sep 5 Estoril, Portugal........................Sept 5 Portugal, Estoril
    Sep 19 Motegi, Japan..........................Sept 19 Japan, Motegi
    Oct 2 Doha, Qatar..............................Oct 2 Qatar, Doha
    Oct 10 Sepang, Malaysia.....................Oct 10 Malaysia, Sepang
    Oct 17 Phillip Island, Australia.............Oct 17 Australia Phillip Isl
    Oct 31 Valencia, Spain.......................Oct 31 Spain, Valencia

    World SBK

    Feb 29 Valencia, Spain
    Mar 28 Phillip Island, Australia
    Apr 18 Misano, San Marino
    May 16 Monza, Italy
    May 30 Oschersleben, Germany
    Jun 13 Silverstone, England
    Jul 4 Mont Tremblant, Canada
    Jul 11 Laguna Seca, USA
    Aug 1 Brands Hatch, England
    Sep 5 Assen, Netherlands
    Sep 26 Imola, Italy
    Oct 3 Magny-Cours, France

    British SBK

    26 Mar Silverstone, England
    10 Apr Brands Hatch, England
    23 Apr Snetterton, England
    02 May Oulton Park, England
    21 May Mondello Park, England
    18 Jun Brands Hatch, England
    09 Jul Knockhill, England
    30 Aug Thruxton, England
    13 Aug Rockingham, England
    28 Aug Cadwell Park, England
    11 Sep Oulton Park, England
    24 Sep Donnington, England

    American SBK

    Mar 3 Daytona International, USA
    Apr 2 California Speedway, USA
    Apr 30 Infineon Raceway, USA
    May 14 Barber Motorsports Park, USA
    May 21 Pikes Peak International, USA
    Jun 4 Road America, USA
    Jun 25 Brainerd International, USA
    Jul 9 Laguna Seca, USA
    Jul 23 Mid-Ohio, USA
    Sep 3 Road Atlanta, USA
    Sep 16 Virginia International, USA

  • #2
    So, anyone planning on visiting any rounds? Besides the road-trip to Phillip Island next year, that is. I should be at the French (Le Mans) & Italian (Mugello) MotoGP rounds, then might head up to Bologna for World Ducati Week 2004.

    Oh, and the Isle of Man TT starts on 5 Jun, 2004.

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    • #3
      Have added the American Superbike dates.

      Not that anyone's gonna read this thread, though, you fuckers.

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      • #4
        Post whore

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        • #5
          Post whore
          Pot this is kettle ..over ..
          Some say he eats sidchrome for breakfast

          Some say he only showers on even days of the week

          Some say he put an R1 motor in a coffee machine

          All we know is he's Hewie.

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          • #6
            Have updated the original post, looks like a couple of planned (Sugo, Japan) rounds of WorldSBK have been axed whilst they've added one (Canada).

            But nobody cares :oops: :cry: :x

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            • #7
              If I was cashed up enough to travel around the world following bike races I would care but since I'm on $500 a week, I couldnt give a toss
              mmmmm sacrilicious

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              • #8
                mastrmage: Fine. Fuck ya then!

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                • #9
                  **POINTS UP**
                  typical ducati owner bragging about travels around world to different gp's!
                  hope your bike needs repairs and you have to re mortgage your house to pay!!!!
                  Jap service $300 vs ducati service = min #1100

                  Jap windscreen screw = $2 vs ducati windscreen screw = $12

                  jap tank = $1000 vs ducati tank = $2200

                  Jap seat cowl = $330 vs ducati seta unit = $2300

                  Jap reliabitly = mint vs ducati reliability = SHITE

                  i owned a 2000 996 and had to push it to start it in morning..........
                  in 8 months changed battery, starter, soleniod and was that sick of it i got rid........its still sat in five star since last april!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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                  • #10
                    bring on April.

                    So on the eight day, after wasting time faffing about with unimportant guff like heaven & earth & the waters & sky & creatures [& having a wee kip] & man.... God created PSB (GenesiSX-R1000)

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                    • #11
                      **POINTS UP**
                      typical ducati owner bragging about travels around world to different gp's!
                      hope your bike needs repairs and you have to re mortgage your house to pay!!!!
                      Jap service $300 vs ducati service = min #1100

                      Jap windscreen screw = $2 vs ducati windscreen screw = $12

                      jap tank = $1000 vs ducati tank = $2200

                      Jap seat cowl = $330 vs ducati seta unit = $2300

                      Jap reliabitly = mint vs ducati reliability = SHITE

                      i owned a 2000 996 and had to push it to start it in morning..........
                      in 8 months changed battery, starter, soleniod and was that sick of it i got rid........its still sat in five star since last april!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
                      I also had a 996, it was my dream bike, something I always wanted :oops: , WHAT A GOD FORESEEING PEICE OF SHIT :evil:
                      The fucking thing cost a fortune to service :cry:
                      Caught fire (electrical) :cry:
                      Bring on the reliable jap bikes 8)

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                      • #12
                        I never said Ducati's were reliable.. however, it is something I am prepared to pay to live with; given the amount of enjoyment I get riding the thing (every 6 months that I'm back in Perth, anyway).

                        Likewise, service costs don't bother me either - `cause what fun I do get riding it occasionally more than makes up for whatever I have to pay to service/fix it. If I commuted 30km on it every day, though, I'd have an RSV-R Mille. 8)

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                        • #13
                          I never said Ducati's were reliable.. however, it is something I am prepared to pay to live with; given the amount of enjoyment I get riding the thing (every 6 months that I'm back in Perth, anyway).

                          Likewise, service costs don't bother me either - `cause what fun I do get riding it occasionally more than makes up for whatever I have to pay to service/fix it. If I commuted 30km on it every day, though, I'd have an RSV-R Mille. 8)
                          If you are like me and do 6000km in 2 1/2 to 3 months it's not good at all, could just about buy another bike in 2 to 3 years :evil: Your different you don't get to ride the bike as much, which I would guess it would piss you off!
                          Enjoy it while you have it 8)

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                          • #14
                            I never said Ducati's were reliable.. however, it is something I am prepared to pay to live with; given the amount of enjoyment I get riding the thing (every 6 months that I'm back in Perth, anyway).

                            Likewise, service costs don't bother me either - `cause what fun I do get riding it occasionally more than makes up for whatever I have to pay to service/fix it. If I commuted 30km on it every day, though, I'd have an RSV-R Mille. 8)
                            If you are like me and do 6000km in 2 1/2 to 3 months it's not good at all, could just about buy another bike in 2 to 3 years :evil: Your different you don't get to ride the bike as much, which I would guess it would piss you off!
                            Enjoy it while you have it 8)
                            Sure, it pisses me off.. but that's life *shrugs* you have to make sacrifices to get what you want, everyone that's ever worked hard at something knows that. But if I had to do 6000km in that space of time, I'd probably get a Fireblade (my personal fave Jap bike)..

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