Guy Martin Wall of Death Record Attempt

3 Posts | Latest reply on 18/03/2016 22:56:17 by Last_Bandit | Go to original / last post
Gloom's Profile

In: Southport
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He's going for an attempt on the largest wall of death ever built.

It's going out live on channel 4 on Easter Monday at 19:15. Got to be worth cracking open a few cans and having a watch.
JP's Profile

In: Birmingham
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Yes may take a look at that I watched the F1/Bike challenge It was a lot closer than I thought the F1 crew were very surprised how close the bike was. 1 rider 1 bike 1 man in a van. The F1 team was a full pit crew a truck and some frog who they had to fly in from France just to start the car with a laptop. D,Cs coment on starting the bike was a classic.
So you just press this button then and it starts  Shocked 
Last_Bandit's Profile

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I reckon it would have been a closer run match had they brought in a moto gp bike.                                                                                                                                                                             

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