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    Originally posted by slidersguesthouse@Oct 27 2010, 10:07 PM
    yeah fattie ;) :fishing:
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    ok add me in 33.87
    I weigh just under 10 stone I couldnt inderstand on the straight how my 16 stone friend was exactly same speed as me lol.
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    Tim. We need to try and fit this in somewhere in the N24 weekend :karl:
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    Originally posted by Stace@Apr 13 2011, 02:06 PM
    Tim. We need to try and fit this in somewhere in the N24 weekend :karl:
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    Originally posted by Stace@Apr 13 2011, 02:06 PM
    Tim. We need to try and fit this in somewhere in the N24 weekend :karl:
    Count me and my homies in :thumb:

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    Don`t forget this guys !

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    Must give this a rattle when I'm out there in August,
    a little whippet like me has the potential to blitzkrieg that leaderboard.

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    Thought I'd resurrect this thread as I finally made it over for the first time since they finished building NuroDisney.

    My best lap in my first ever visit = 33.141 (we had another go later in the day and improved slightly to a best of 32.950).

    'Zimbabuluba' was quickest in our group with 32.891 (second session = 32.670).
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    Lee Hearsey 31.7
    Ojc 32.451
    Bradley Hyde (10 years old) 33.3

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    shiyan 33.1xx (printout's in the car, car's at the garage)

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    32:108 , tiny bit quicker on my second 10 mins
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    They updated the fleet this year to battery powered karts. They have much more torque coming out of the corners and are quicker overall I think, but do stop dead when the battery runs out.
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    I was really impressed by them :D. They did look pretty new! The sound affects are a bit cheesy and the track is far too narrow to properly race (wthout lots of dindongs :D) but it was a lot of fun.
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    Does no one do this now think it's ready for an update

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    The circuit changed a bit this year, it's more free flowing now
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    The karts are now electric so the list is redundant. They are still good fun though.

    Had a good tear up with my mate recently even with a couple of german rolling road blocks

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    Ok so we need a new thread ?

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