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Next Winton Fun Day - $20 - Sun 23rd Jan '05


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Hi Guys/ Gals,

Next Winton Fun Day is gonna be Sunday 23rd Jan 2005. (Weekend before Australia Day.)

Just guaging interest at this stage. I know the last one only just past, but a few of my mates in the gemini's are keen.

I may be going away during this time, but if a few other people were keen.....

Check this thread out for details of the last one: http://www.skylinesaustralia.com/forums/sh...ead.php?t=58481

Here is the after comments and pics: http://www.skylinesaustralia.com/forums/sh...ead.php?t=59070

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Stupid question: Where is this Winton place?

(I live out in the sticks of country Vic.....and not immersed in the car scene too :-( )

I would like to go if I can and its not hours and hours away from me.....

Cheers,

Corey.

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nds - there are lots of cars on the track at once. Like +40 cars. In a sense its one of the good things - becuase it means you can get over 3hrs of track time a day if you like as they really get through the field. But its also one of the bad things as there is rarely ever any clear track.

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