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Started by Myst1cPrun3, April 29, 2019, 09:08:11 pm
Quote from: matty0l215 on April 30, 2019, 08:13:08 pmIf insurance companies had their way you would pay your premium and then never partake in whatever you are insured for Most of the good old tracks could be considered dangerous by today's standards. They were built for racers and vehicles that thought 100mph was fast.
Quote from: matty0l215 on April 30, 2019, 08:43:25 pmAll this and then Formula E rolls into town and they get to race around central London. Funny when there is a huge advertiment opportunity things happen...
Quote from: Myst1cPrun3 on May 01, 2019, 11:10:12 pmThe point I was attempting to make is so much the fact the track being closed as to the reasons behind it.As for money requirements, it all really depends how far you want to go, however it is extremely difficult to get the funds for anyone to have a bash at entering anything more than a national stage. The British talent Cup boasts some of the highest rider running costs around, as it was something I did debate when it was being founded, but saw the cost and just closed the laptop.If you're only wanting to do club racing, (I'm talking novice - ameatur, even below semi pro)Then the cost is slightly more maneageble, however its debatable how far one will get on a career, if that's even a goal. And to be honest, club racing at this level has seen an influx of newcomers, and the paddocks are much fuller than they were 5-10 +years ago, with the newcomers classes I've seen having at least 10 riders each, with some as young as 12 in themI'd say the VERY entry level is growing, but after that it's iffy, the only reason I called this topic 'the death of club racing' is because of the future implications of getting lawyers involved to overturn the signing of an indemnity form/contrac