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Thread: Can you ride Monaco GP circuit

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    I had a cafe in the Cafe de Paris at Casino Square - cost me less than a cafe on the slopes of Courcheval.

    If you don't want that, the beach at Nice is nice.

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    Rode it many moons ago on a GS750 with a leaky fork seal pissing oil over a brake calliper.....not to be repeated!!!!

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    I've driven the track in a Porsche GT3 on the closed track :-) It's tight. Previously drove the various parts of it with family in the family car as it's what you do. Go do it!

    Watch out for the b'stards they're out to get you

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    Davy F.

    I completely agree but free advise is worth just that. Its like the Stelvio no one really recommends it but everyone will do it and tick it off their own list. Thats why we book/plan as little as possible apart from a few places to see then you make your own decisions that you can compare later.

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    A load of us were there in 2010 the week before the GP. The course was set out and we all rode round it. It's just being there at the right time really.

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