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fin66 19th December 2009 02:27 AM

Where have the Severne racing forum gone?
I havent seen it on the new pages:(

Jean-Marc 19th December 2009 02:45 AM

Still there:

Cheers !


nonopr 19th December 2009 03:12 AM

If you call that a forum, you got to be crazy. Is all full of spam and the moderator has left it for dead.

fin66 20th December 2009 02:07 AM

I it's seems that the channel is dead.
On their new pages the is no link to the forum anymore.
Would have been interested in their new CodeRed sails. (names gona change but anyway)

Unregistered 20th December 2009 09:50 PM

I sent Severne an email from their website and no response about the forum. It would seem like with all the marketing/promotional/team rider dollars being spent for visibility for their products not to have a forum where interested folks can ask questions their dealers may not know is short sighted.

Unregistered 20th December 2009 10:53 PM

They spent so much money in they new website and so much money getting riders last year that they are left with no money to even work on the forum.
Incredible that one of the top sail compnaies who is ownd by the top board company negletcs to this level they buyers and do not provide people who are buying their sails a forum to ask questions and solve problems.

Chris Pressler 21st December 2009 04:53 PM

Hi all,
the plan was to disconnect the forum just for a short while and then get it started again with the 2010 program. You are right, it should have communicated better to you all and a forum would be quite helpful. Severne is working on getting a Forum done, which should be implemented on an updated Severne website. Plus a new race site will be up a bit after mid of February 2010 dedicated to the brandnew 2010 raceprogramm.
We will keep you updated about any news,

Chris Pressler

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