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Ok... obviously I haven't made the description very clear! Dirt Track(as it is in country New South Wales) was set up so ANY off road bike could compete. The tracks that I rode on were long, fast and had small jumps so older bikes with limited suspension travel could still compete.
Most of the tracks I rode on were just made up for a race meeting than went back to a paddock on the Monday, others like at Woodstock and Vitoria (between Bathurst and Orange) I believe are still there.
The big difference between these tracks and enduro and particularly MX tracks was the corner speed(we had a track at Glanmire with a U turn that could be taken at peak revs in top gear on a yz465 ..just)
If these are some of the types of circuits that Stoner won his 4 Aussie dirt track titles on then they must have helped to get where he is now