The 2012 Macau GP with Tony Goldsmith

11/20/2012 @ 4:03 pm, by Tony Goldsmith10 COMMENTS

Comment:

  1. MikeD says:

    I consider that close quarters racing…if i hate taking S-Shaped on-off ramps at mediocre speeds (20-25pmh) with those stinkin guardrails at both sides…i can’t even start to imagine what is like for these guys to be doing this at a way higher pace with nothing but 6ft high fences and concrete walls.

    I say……….F.THAT.

  2. MikeD says:

    Oh yeah…………..that chic is HOT…too bad the i can’t say the same about her choice of apparel, clothing, etc. Up close looks really cheap.

  3. Gutterslob says:

    I like the Macau GP, despite the layout being rather unfriendly to bikes (too tight). Haven’t really followed it in recent years. Need to go find some highlights now.

  4. “that chic is HOT…too bad the i can’t say the same about her choice of apparel, clothing, etc.”

    The clothing can be removed, Mike. *snort*

  5. MikeD says:

    DEAR GOD, IS HAPPENING !!! …im not even thinking like a Dude anymore. WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME ? !

    ROTFLMAO.

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  7. Damo says:

    That course layout looks crazy. I have no idea how they handle it at speed and how do you removed binned bikes quickly? It looks tighter than some super moto tracks I have seen.

  8. krist says:

    Where’s Horst? C’mon, this gallery isn’t complete w/out him

  9. MikeD says:

    @Damo:

    They have a bunch of lite cranes just sitting around to lift it up and away at a moment’s notice.
    And if memory doesn’t fail me they have “trap doors” on some of the guard rails too get in and out quick, too.

  10. Gritboy says:

    Amazing shots as usual. I always enjoy the way you capture the action, but also the personality of the events too.