grandpaul wrote:I really dislike the concept whereby race tracks that were built, and existed far away from "civilization" for many years, are being forced to curtail or cease operations due to creeping residential construction and subsequent noise restrictions.
IN MY OPINION, adjacent developments should have deed restrictions forbidding any NEW property owners from making any demands on EXISTING property owners. In this manner, I have a deed restriction on my property disallowing me from claiming any injury from aircraft overflying my home as they land and take off. THEY WERE HERE FIRST.
Bernhard wrote:I wasn’t aware that the race tracks, Mallory Park in particular, had permission to run unlimited noise track days, they are ALL as far as I am aware subject to noise regulations hence in recent years the ACU subjected Manxs, 7Rs e.t.c. to a noise reducing muffers and noise was strictly enforced on race days , I went to the festival of 1000 bikes at Mallory a few years ago and noticed a few Manxs there with open race megaphones and thought that if they run these on Sunday like the programme said they would –there may be trouble ahead………..so where was the guy with the Noise Meter
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