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3:00 PM Sunday 4/03 - MotoGP Party - Philomath

Discussion in 'Corvallis / Albany' started by QCD, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. [​IMG] 3:00 PM Sunday 4/03 - MotoGP Party - DucatiChick's house in Philomath[​IMG]

    Sunday, April 3rd, come join us at DucatiChick/FreeRadical's house in Philomath where we're watching
    the GRAN PREMIO bwin DE ESPAÑA for Round Two of the 2011 MotoGP Championship in Jerez, Spain.

    Come by as early as 2:30 PM - The MotoGP race starts at 3:00 PM PST on Demand and COMMERCIAL FREE @ :devil:

    Someone will PM directions Friday before the race to those who have CONFIRMED.

    $2 per guest to help cover the cost of the package - or you can do $20 for the WHOLE SEASON.
    Extra proceeds collected by seasons end will be used to fund the FINAL PARTY!
    DC will post a lits of food items she'd like us to bring. Please help out!

    All are welcome!
    Please join us :drunk:

    10:30 AM Pre-Ride :devil:
    Chevron/McDonalds in Philomath
    Tme permitting THIS IS THE ROUTE.
    :secret: Please arrive at least 15 min ahead of time 8)
    and BUNDLE UP - it's only going to be in the high 40s until after NOON :banghead:
    CUTBACK - you've got heated grips now, so no bitching!!

    Guest List so far...
    NakedRider - FINALLY!
    runnermatt07 :scratchea
    ELI the ICE man +1 Non-Suzuki guest
    R1 Jackal - Get your Old, Blue butt down here!!! :rant​
    You know you want to!!! :devil:


    2011 MotoGP Calendar
    Date - Location - Track
    04-03 - Spain - Jerez
    04-24 - (cancelled) Japan - Motegi
    05-01 - Portugal - Estoril
    05-15 - France - Le Mans
    06-05 - Catalunya - Catalunya
    06-12 - Great Britain - Silverstone
    06-25 - Nederlands - Assen
    07-03 - Italy - Mugello
    07-17 - Germany - Sachsenring
    07-24 - United States - Laguna Seca
    08-14 - Czech Republic - Brno
    08-28 - Indianapolis - Indianapolis Motor Speedway
    09-04 - San Marino - Misano
    09-18 - Aragón - Motorland
    10-02 - Japan - Motegi (rescheduled)
    10-16 - Australia - Phillip Island
    10-23 - Malaysia - Sepang
    11-06 - Valencia - Valencia
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2011
  2. I'm planning on making a big pot of my soon-to-be-famous gluten-free chili. It will contain beef, beans, onions, peppers, tomatoes, corn, and home-made chicken/turkey broth.

    Let me know if you have any problems with the above ingredients and I will try to accommodate.

    If anyone wants to bring corn chips and/or salsa, please feel free to do so.

    Please bring your own beverages. I don't drink any soda so there isn't any at our house (except for the one can of 7up Jackal left).

  3. IN FOR THE CHILLI!! :mrgreen:
  4. :shock:

    In as always...
  5. I know no one here knows me yet.... but if I am allowed, both myself and my wife would like to attend.

  6. DOH! - Fixed :)

    ELI the ICE man - looking forward to meeting you!

    DC - I'll bring MILD Salsa again :)
    Last edited: Mar 28, 2011
  7. Eli, looking forward to meeting you, and hope we don't offend on the first meeting.

    You want something besides salsa Anna? Last time you got large quantities.
  8. I'm in and put me down for a bag or two of corn chips. As for the chili, I don't eat meat. If you don't feel like fixin' something vegetarian for me I can fend for myself.
  9. I could try and do a vegetarian will be easy to keep portions of beans & veggies off to the side. The challenge is making it taste good! Worst case, you could make a burrito or something (I have flour and gluten free tortillas). I cook dried beans from the COOP and add only salt/spices - FreeRad eats them like that w/o anything else :tard:

    If anyone else is vegetarian, please let me know and I'll be happy to accommodate.

    Yeah we had plenty of salsa last time! If someone wants to bring Monterey Jack cheese that would be great...

    Our house is not as roomy as Naked's, so be prepared...:3some:

    Oh, and we have cats, so if anyone is allergic...?
    Last edited: Mar 28, 2011
  10. Ill know Thursday:) and no snowboarding this sunday i promise:)
  11. aand those default Smileys are way too Smiley...
  12. :rant Seriously?!?! :angry7:
    But there's Gluten-free Chilli!!! :popcorn:
  13. My wife is a vegetarian... we talked about doing our own veg dish just to be nice. She likes to make veg chili with about 5 types of beans and a ton of extra hot chili powder (found in bulk at WinCo!). When its all said and done, you don't really miss the meat... too much.
  14. [​IMG] Next stop Jerez for MotoGP class [​IMG]

    Monday, 28 March 2011
    The second round of the 2011 World Championship
    calls on the Spanish circuit, with early pacesetter
    Casey Stoner closely pursued by reigning Champion
    Jorge Lorenzo, team-mate Dani Pedrosa and the rest
    of the premier class field.

    Europe welcomes the MotoGP battle

    Jerez de la Frontera is the first European stop on the 2011 MotoGP World Championship calendar this weekend, as the famed Spanish circuit hosts the second round of the season. With crowds regularly in excess of 120,000 on GP race day at the Andalucian track, the Gran Premio bwin de España promises a weekend packed full of atmosphere and on-track entertainment.

    After victory on his Repsol Honda debut in Qatar, Casey Stoner is the early 2011 pacesetter having become the first Honda rider to win the opening round of the season since 2003. Stoner has however only stepped onto the podium at Jerez on one previous occasion across all GP classes (in 2009), and will have to contest with the might of defending World Champion Jorge Lorenzo and his own Repsol Honda team-mate Dani Pedrosa, both of whom will be fully focused on delighting a partisan home crowd.

    Lorenzo was the only non-Honda inside the top five across the finish line in Qatar, and the Factory Yamaha Racing rider will be determined to underline the message his second place at Losail sent out. Having achieved his first MotoGP win on Spanish soil at Jerez last year thanks to a last-lap pass on Pedrosa, the pair will both aim to improve on their podium finishing starts to 2011. Pedrosa will also hope that he does not experience as severe a reaction from his recovering collarbone as the one he did towards the end of the Qatar race, which prompted him to have a medical check-up last week following Round 1.

    Italian duo Andrea Dovizioso (Repsol Honda) and Marco Simoncelli (San Carlo Honda Gresini) have both experienced success on the track in the lower categories and will fancy their respective chances of pushing for a first premier class podium at Jerez this weekend, whilst Ben Spies (Factory Yamaha Racing) aims to build on a season-opening sixth place finish.

    Valentino Rossi is the most successful rider ever at the Jerez circuit having taken six premier class victories there, and the Italian kicked off his Ducati career with seventh in Qatar. Still undergoing a process of adaptation to the GP11 and contending with his recovering shoulder, Rossi and Ducati Team colleague Nicky Hayden will be concentrated on adding to Ducati’s sole podium finish in the 800cc era (Stoner, 2009) in the last season of the engine capacity limitation.

    Colin Edwards (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) has finished on the podium at Jerez (2007) whilst team-mate Cal Crutchlow enters his second MotoGP race confident following a solid introduction at Qatar. Hiroshi Aoyama (San Carlo Honda Gresini) comes in off the back of a top-ten start to the season and has won at Jerez in the 250 class, whilst Héctor Barberá (Mapfre Aspar Team) and rookie Karel Abraham (Cardion AB Motoracing) will seek progress.

    Pramac Racing pair Loris Capirossi and Randy de Puniet will aim to put a disappointing opening round behind them, as will Toni Elías (LCR Honda) at a track on which he took Moto2 victory last year.

    Álvaro Bautista remains sidelined following surgery on the left femur he fractured during practice in Qatar. The Spaniard’s place on the Rizla Suzuki team will be taken by American substitute John Hopkins, who makes his first MotoGP appearance since the 2008 Valencia GP.

  15. Q... Is there a name missing from the list? I'm just checking, because sometimes I miss things. If not I'm sure it's an oversight, and nothing personal. RIGHT!

    Anna, your place is plenty big, we didn't even use the bed last time.
  16. Dude, you never said you were “in”. :chduh:

    Q may be a world class (750cc) curve carving motorcyclist but he’s not a mind reader! :stir: crackup:

    So Limo, we’re both out of town for the race…… really ~ where’s the secret ride taking place? :secret: hehehehehehe :stir:
    Last edited: Mar 29, 2011
  17. I'll make beans available, veggies, flour tortillas, and cheese etc for building vegetarian burritos. If you want to bring something, you won't hurt my feelings! :mrgreen:

    I hear many spices have gluten in them - part of the anti-caking agents. I make my own chili powder. :secret:

    So, are you IN?
  18. Technically I never said "In", but this should of been interpreted as a "Fuck ya I'll be there"!

    Why you guys always picking on the fat kid?:popcorn:
  19. About time, Dude.. :devil: it seems we're picking on the incredible SHRINKING Kid! :popcorn:

    Where's BLESSED_CBR at?!?!
    Last edited: Mar 29, 2011
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