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    "Grand Prix du Québec"

    Hey guys
    I know some of you got up to Ste-Croix last year and one of the VRRA members just posted confirmed dates in mid July.
    Here's a link to the page on our website so you can keep up with any further discussion.
    http://www.vrra.ca/board/viewtopic.php?t=8165

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    Bandit,
    I'm hoping to make at least one event in Canada this year... you planning on coming down east at all?

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    Well, if I do it'll probably be from the stands.
    Christmas, van repairs coming up and rotating layoffs for the next few months and I haven't even had a look at what made me lose the compression in the left cylinder. I know if I start taking it apart I'll divert money I don't have into fixing it. Then when it's fixed I won't have the dough to go racing and I'll just look at it sitting in the garage.
    Sorry for such a long reply to "are you coming east", <img src=icon_smile_sad.gif border=0 align=middle> but it makes me feel better sounding off about this stuff once in a while.


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    Me and JAM614 had fun there last year. Popped my Poutine cherry too. Didn't find out about the shower location until Sunday afternoon.

    July looks busy this year


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    The shower locations might have been good to know about beforehand, plus the lack of any power. Easy to get to. Not much in way of any amenities around in the area unless you drive to Quebec city or make a trip to the local beer locker (I hid on BFD in there).

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