safety cameras may cost Wales £15M in annual income

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by wessie, Nov 11, 2003.

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    wessie Guest

    Seems like the FIA are a bit pissed off that several of their drivers and
    loads of fans were nicked by safety cameras.

    FIA is reviewing holding the UK leg of the World Rally Championships in
    Wales, on the grounds of safety of course.

    "The FIA has therefore asked its safety delegate for a report on the
    suitability of the local public roads for a world championship event."

    Haha, seems like the local Police Commissioner will be having his budget
    wessie, Nov 11, 2003
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    AndrewR Guest

    Nice one.

    They should bring the rally back up to Kielder forest. As long as they stay
    off the A1 and the A68 nobody will give a **** how fast they're going.

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    AndrewR, Nov 11, 2003
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    Pete M Guest

    AndrewR made the world a better place for us by saying..
    Ain't that the truth. I've not been to a rally since they changed it to "The
    Rally Of South Wales"

    Pete M.

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    Pete M, Nov 12, 2003
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    dwb Guest

    I saw that too - so they make £7500 in fines and 'making the roads safe' but
    stand to lose £15 million.

    But that's okay, because the roads are safe now for the unemployed people to
    walk on.
    dwb, Nov 12, 2003
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    Merc Markup Guest

    Given that Uberscamerafuhrer Brunstrum is Chief Constable of North
    Wales, and dense matter generally sinks, it was inevitable his moronic
    obsession with SCAMeras would eventually gravitate to his colleagues
    in the south...
    Merc Markup, Nov 12, 2003
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