MotoGP » Phillips: Silverstone will be a 'proper bike circuit'


Silverstone managing director Richard Phillips seeks to assure the purists that the Northants track will be a 'proper bike circuit' when it welcomes MotoGP again next year.


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Finley64 - Unregistered

December 14, 2009 5:24 PM

con-t and everything got covered in dust and oil, (some kids looked like they had been down the local mine!!!!)also donington did the quickest and cheapest fix to get the circuit upto GP length, so in a nut shell I am happy it is going back to Silverstone, just for a better cleaner and more enjoyable experience all round, also as others have said, it will be nice for 200MPH bikes to get to these speeds, not just about 170 on a good day, I for one can't wait to see how many 125's will be in the leading group on what looks like a very fast track,
cheers

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