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Re: Singapore

Post by gary » 09 Jun 2008, 07:37

I find this circuit to be too dangerous as well, even with the help of super bright lights for the circuit. The part I'm most concern is the crossing of the 2 bridges. It's redicalously narrow already without the barriers; imagine when barriers are included. And will they use both sides of the bridge? or jus 1 side of the bridge? Fingers crossed.

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Re: Singapore

Post by EwmanM » 09 Jun 2008, 19:03

Yeah I agree gary I'm worried bout it, especially if it rains at night. Man that be bad, I mean driving at night in a road car with rain pelting down isn't the most enjoyable experience. I dont like those bridges either become too narrow

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Re: Singapore

Post by Sanredrose » 17 Jun 2008, 20:03

EwmanM wrote:Yeah I agree gary I'm worried bout it, especially if it rains at night. Man that be bad, I mean driving at night in a road car with rain pelting down isn't the most enjoyable experience. I dont like those bridges either become too narrow


I think they will probably red flag the race !

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Re: Singapore

Post by e10rice » 11 Jul 2008, 20:38

What if a crash happens on one of the bridges? How do they move the car or cars out of the way? No way a crane can cause the bridges are covered with trusses.
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Re: Singapore

Post by Sanredrose » 12 Jul 2008, 02:24

e10rice wrote:What if a crash happens on one of the bridges? How do they move the car or cars out of the way? No way a crane can cause the bridges are covered with trusses.


There should be someway for that.... May be a map of the area can tell us how it can be possible ???

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Re: Singapore

Post by XiaoPro » 12 Jul 2008, 10:16

actually the bridge is just as wide as all the rest of the track so they dun realli have to squeez through it
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