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Peter I. Vardy 16:14, 9 May 2007 (UTC)
This article would be strengthened by creating wikilinks for racing terminology (e.g. "hard-standing" and "power points") for those of us with zero knowledge of racing. PS - nice map. Thanks, Hu Gadarn 23:29, 7 June 2006 (UTC)
"hard-standing" and "power points" are not racing terminology. Tarmac and electrical sockets. -- Ian Dalziel 23:37, 7 June 2006 (UTC)
There's a couple of errors in the History section:
One of the short circuits is the "Foster's" Circuit which comprises half of the "Cascades" corner followed by Hislop's, or "Hizzy's" chicane.
- Actually, no, Hislop's Chicane is not used as part of the Fosters layout (the only time it's not used).
The other short circuit that is used almost exclusively for the MSA British Touring Car Championship.
- Known as the "Island layout", this is frequently used at race meetings because of the reduced numbers of marshals required. And it's cheaper to hire, of course... I've raced on the Island layout more than any other form of the circuit.