benefits of BWA?

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JD Westy
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benefits of BWA?

Post by JD Westy » Sun Jul 12, 2009 8:05 pm

So Bug Jam in 5 day,s no doubt there,ll be a few BWA wannabe,s on the strip all striving to get in under 18 sec,s and for what exactly? What does being in the BWA get you? A T-shirt and a window sticker? And isn,t the 18 secs barrier looking a bit conservative? Maybe the Bar need,s raising to 16 secs ?
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Re: benefits of BWA?

Post by zippy » Sun Jul 12, 2009 8:33 pm

Not a member of it myself (yet) but as far as i can see, it is only a bit of fun, and as for changing the rules, thats for the founder members to decide, cos just a timing slip does not mean your in, you have to be voted in too :wink:
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Re: benefits of BWA?

Post by richierich37 » Mon Jul 13, 2009 4:04 pm

JD Westy wrote:So Bug Jam in 5 day,s no doubt there,ll be a few BWA wannabe,s on the strip all striving to get in under 18 sec,s and for what exactly? What does being in the BWA get you? A T-shirt and a window sticker?
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i want a sticker! :oops:
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