With the legends leaving the track it was time for some “on track entertainment” as the program calls it. This includes a Circus, Circus collection of eclectic cars – look at that, nearly every word with a f#$%n C in it. There are performing motor bike dudes (all bikers are dudes these days aren’t they???), who show us just how much time some people have on their hands by their ability to make their bikes do extraordinary things which are perhaps as much self-amusement as they are entertaining. Burn outs, burn out dancing (rider stands next to bike whilst throttle wide open with rear tyre spinning frantically whilst orbiting said standing rider), rear wheel wheelies, synchronised donuts (you work that one out yourselves) and no hand wheelies (again over to your imagination).
The boys have decided that tomorrow they will venture down to the Paddock to leverage their “Dan Bowden” card, to get a better look. In fact a call to Dan by Denise brings a formal invitation to come down, so everything is set. Sir Pervalot of course makes the apartment his castle every year and tends to refrain from mixing with the common people below. I bought binoculars (and again, more about that in the adult’s only section) so that I didn’t have to get down and caught up on the ground with the masses. We are self-contained and self-sufficient here in 142 – well except from the adult’s only aspects that is.