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Sunday 5/15 - MotoGP Party - Lebanon

Discussion in 'Corvallis / Albany' started by QCDragon, May 7, 2011.

  1. [​IMG]Sunday PM 5/15 @ 3:00 PM
    ... MotoGP Party @ Cutback's house in Lebanon

    Sunday, May 15th, come join us at Cutback's house @ 3:00 PM in Lebanon where we're watching the
    Monster Energy Grand Prix de France for Round Four of the 2011 MotoGP Championship in Le Mans, France.

    Come as early as 2:30 PM and watch MotoGP on Demand and COMMERCIAL FREE via :devil:

    We 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
    Thanks to the many who have already!
    Extra proceeds collected by seasons end will be used to fund the FINAL PARTY!
    Cutback will post a list of food items he'd like us to bring.
    Please help out!

    All are welcome!
    Please join us :drunk:

    Guest List so far...
    trav87 - cable wizard
    HoboBanana - cable apprentice-pls bring anyway :)
    BruceB - Rossi cap in tow again?


    Circuit info
    Length: 4.180 m. / 2,597 miles
    Width: 13m
    Left corners: 4
    Right corners: 9
    Longest straight: 674 m. / 0,419 miles
    Constructed: 1966
    Modified: 2008



    Remaining 2011 MotoGP Calendar
    Date - Location - Track
    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: May 9, 2011
  2. I can make up a couple ethernet cables for you guys if you need some.

  3. Awesome - if you can do 50' it would be greatly appreciated... :mfclap:
    Can you come to the race, too?!?
  4. I will make up a 50' cable tomorrow at work. Not sure about the race, but I can drop of the cable at Bobs house.
  5. Travis,
    Thanks for droppin' off the cable!:mrgreen:
  6. Your welcome. Give me a call if you need anything tomorrow.
  7. Sounds like I can make it.
  8. Ha, so I made new guy remake the cable 5 times for nothing?
  9. Awe man! I'm gonna miss this one. Will be recovering from having a bunch teens over for the mini-me's birthday party. Have a good time all :)
  10. Bet he'll never screw one up again!!! crackup:
    Bring it anyway - history has shown a SPARE could be a good thing...

    Mel - you can "recover" with friends down here...
    you know what a bunch of stress-relievers we all try to be! :devil:
  11. So one event, and we scared you that bad? Come on Mel, just draft behind Doug and Eddie again.:stir:
  12. I'd love to come to this one, but I've got a hot date in the Gorge with the Mrs! :mrgreen: So I'm out, sorry guys....
  13. Q - It's highly likely that they'll just be getting to bed when I'd need to be getting up to leave :tard: (and um...just what are you saying?? lmfao)

    NR... I've been in to see a therapist 3 times since the last race, yet I still have a nervous twitch. She's recommended I avoid situations with the likes of you all. :nana

    Nah...this is #16 for her - and I have a feeling I'd never hear the end of it if I took off and went to go play. We're doing a BBQ at my place Saturday afternoon (why don't you all come up HERE?!?! lol), then she'll have a bunch over for the night, in which probably won't go to bed till 6 or 7 am. I'm expected to make breakfast sometime I suppose I should be there to feed those bottomless pits. :fallinga:

    I know...excuses, excuses....
  14. Mel,
    I did this for 2 of my daughters. :scared NO WAY you should miss it! We still laugh about the sweet 16 parties! crackup: (They usually turn out less sweet, and more wild) :roll:
  15. 1st] You know exactly what I am saying... :evil4:

    2nd] Even if you roll down by NOON, you could likely get down to Cutback's by/before 3...

    No more excuses :stir:


    Lorenzo leads the way to Le Mans

    The fourth round of the 2011 MotoGP World Championship, the
    Monster Energy Grand Prix de France, takes place this weekend
    with Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa closely matched at the
    head of the early Championship standings.

    Intensifying MotoGP battle goes to Le Mans

    Three rounds into the 2011 season and the MotoGP World Championship has already delivered a wealth of thrilling on-track action, as well as a dose of intense competitive rivalry off it, which has added spice to what is already shaping up to be a fantastic title battle.

    The drama will continue this weekend at Le Mans where reigning World Champion Jorge Lorenzo heads into the Monster Energy Grand Prix de France holding a slender four-point advantage over Dani Pedrosa at the top of the standings, after three rounds. Yamaha Factory Racing rider Lorenzo is preparing for his 150th GP start this weekend, which would make him the youngest rider ever to reach the milestone (taking the record off Pedrosa), and he won last year’s race at Le Mans. Lorenzo knows that his Repsol Honda rival is feeling fit and sharp after taking his first win of 2011 at the previous round in Portugal however, and the pair are both now level on 36 career GP wins each.

    Casey Stoner stands 20 points adrift of his Repsol Honda team-mate after three races and will bid to take what would only be his second ever podium finish at Le Mans across all classes this weekend. The Australian is closely trailed by Valentino Rossi, who has won at Le Mans three times in the premier class (seven podium finishes in total), and the Italian will be pushing for his first Ducati podium at a circuit at which the factory has never before won a MotoGP race.

    Rossi’s Ducati team-mate Nicky Hayden and Repsol Honda’s Andrea Dovizioso are level on points and finished fourth and third respectively in last year’s Le Mans race, and Hiroshi Aoyama has enjoyed a good start to the season with the San Carlo Honda Gresini team, something he will aim to maintain in France.

    The Japanese rider’s team-mate Marco Simoncelli’s current points haul belies the Italian’s form so far this season. After placing fifth in Qatar he has crashed out of the last two races; at Jerez whilst leading and at Estoril after displaying a pace throughout the weekend which had indicated that an elusive first premier class podium was more than attainable.

    British rookie Cal Crutchlow’s debut season continued on an upward curve in Portugal and the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 rider will make his racing debut at Le Mans. Team-mate Colin Edwards has twice stood on the podium at the track and the pair will be confident of following up an impressive previous round in Portugal at their team’s home GP.

    Héctor Barberá (Mapfre Aspar) crashed out of a premier class race for the first time in his career in Portugal and will be determined to make amends in France, as will rookie Karel Abraham (Cardion AB Motoracing), and Toni Elías (LCR Honda) has twice won at Le Mans (once in 250s and last year in Moto2).

    Ben Spies’ (Yamaha Factory Racing) season has not started as the American would have expected after two crashes in the last two races, and his target will be a points-scoring finish at a circuit at which he did not finish last year’s race. Pramac Racing duo Loris Capirossi and Randy de Puniet will try to follow up their Portugal results with another encouraging step forward, whilst Álvaro Bautista has had further time to recover following his incredible comeback from injury at Estoril.
    Last edited: May 9, 2011
  16. Any idea on a time yet? I have to let the in-law's know since they will be watching my daughter.
  17. I think were doing the race about 3. It's Cutbacks call, I'm just gonna be a silent right arm (Silent, yah thats probably not gonna happen).

    Have fun Mel, my parole doesn't allow me to attend "Sweet 16" parties anymore.:devil:

    Doug be careful on the hot date, you don't want to pull a hammie, or throw your back out. :stir:
  18. ..............hmmm, I was going to say something, but no. :stir:crackup:

    See you guys next time :ninja:
  19. my back's already out, what can I do to put it back in?
  20. How about make me a sammich, and open my beer.:popcorn:
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