MGP 2012 entry's
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MGP 2012 entry's
Didnt the time for submitting an entry end over the week end.......

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Correct Ken, the closing date for this year’s event was Saturday 9 June

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Indeed gentlemen the closing date was 9th of June.

Just checked and my entry has been granted;
Newcomers A, lightweight and Senior.
Junior is still under consideration.
23 entries in Newcomers A
Junior 98 entries i saw and Senior 83
13-06-2012, 09:12 AM
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(13-06-2012, 09:12 AM)twintriple Wrote: Indeed gentlemen the closing date was 9th of June.

Just checked and my entry has been granted;
Newcomers A, lightweight and Senior.
Junior is still under consideration.
23 entries in Newcomers A
Junior 98 entries i saw and Senior 83

AND SO HAVE THE ENTRIES FOR THE REST OF OUR TEAM.
Michael, Thomas,Thilo,Nicklas,Kenny
13-06-2012, 03:09 PM
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The ManxGP news Ive been waiting for!
MGP Newcomers B - Accepted
MGP Super Twin - Accepted
Mountain Course here we come!
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Accepted for
350 Classic Bates Honda
500 Classic Honda
Post Classic Superbike Yamaha

busy busy busy

strange it says paddock space 'under consideration'
I was there many times a few years ago, returned in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. SUPPORT THE MGP
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Says the same on my'n Old Man, dont mind as long as my entry is accepted Smile
15-06-2012, 03:21 PM
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Do yours have pit crew on as well? On my log on it says entry accepted, paddock space under consideration and pit crew under consideration! So does that mean I have to do my own pit stop!

I'll finish it one day!
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(20-06-2012, 11:25 PM)smokey125 Wrote: Do yours have pit crew on as well? On my log on it says entry accepted, paddock space under consideration and pit crew under consideration! So does that mean I have to do my own pit stop!

Just means you have to drop "someone" a few quid who will then set you up with some odd jobs


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I have been informed that Ken "An Old Man Returns" had a big off at Aintree last week-end and is suffering some pretty bad injuries that may keep him out of the Manx this year, although Ken will be doing everything he can to be there.

We at TTwebsite wish Ken all the best and hope he is up and running about pretty soon and gets himself sorted for "playtime" at the Manx.


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Update on Ken "An Old Man Returns"


Have just heard from Ken and he has told me that his "off" include being knocked out for over 20 mins and he has suffered a couple of broken ribs, a fractured jaw (hairline) and a broken back (broken vertebrae) and some major leg bruising.

The bike not too bad but his Arai has gone and he had his leathers cut off.

He is at home now and attending physio already, not letting the back stiffen up.

Ken is still looking at the MGP but his overall health, the bike prep and of course funds may prove a mountain too high.

We wish you all the best Ken in your efforts to get to the Manx, and I am sure there will be plenty out there who feel the same way.

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