The 2012 Macau GP with Tony Goldsmith

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

    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.

  • MikeD

    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.

  • Gutterslob

    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.

  • http://www.living-intentionally.com/ Trane Francks

    “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*

  • MikeD

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

    ROTFLMAO.

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  • Damo

    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.

  • krist

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

  • MikeD

    @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.

  • Gritboy

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