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Post by GhoGho » Sat Jul 08, 2006 2:15 am

Julian Mayo wrote:
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Julian Mayo wrote: What about car-jacking :shock:
The only time to really worry about that is when they stop, and not likely to happen with all the pit guys around :lol: :lol: :lol:
Briatore v seventyeleven Rascals.....I'd like to see that !!!! :P
If the seventeleven rascals have any sense thay wont try anything :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Post by Julian Mayo » Sat Jul 08, 2006 4:15 am

GhoGho wrote:
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GhoGho wrote: The only time to really worry about that is when they stop, and not likely to happen with all the pit guys around :lol: :lol: :lol:
Briatore v seventyeleven Rascals.....I'd like to see that !!!! :P
If the seventeleven rascals have any sense thay wont try anything :lol: :lol: :lol:
Unless they get reinfocements, and the eleventy seven Rascals realise that Briatore is not there in an official capacity :shock:
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Post by <T-K> » Sat Jul 08, 2006 9:47 am

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<T-K> wrote:They are negotiating about whether or not the South African round of the GP masters should be held on a street circuit through Durban(Different to the A1 circuit, and a lot faster) next time round.....
What about car-jacking :shock:

And you thought the Ferrari guys were quick at gettin the tyres off.... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by mlittle » Mon Aug 14, 2006 12:56 am

In case anyone's interested, the GP Masters series held its' third-ever race at Silverstone, and, no, Nigel Mansell didn't win; this time, it was American Eddie Cheever, Jr. who saw the checkered flag first. Here are the unofficial results......

1}Eddie Cheever, Jr.
2}Eric van der Poele, -16.677 sec
3}Christian Danner, -36.555 sec
4}Hans Stuck, -53.514 sec
5}Alex Caffi, -1:03.023 sec
6}Ricardo Patrese, -1:06.867 sec
7}Pierluigi Martini, -1:46.355 sec
8}Emerson Fittipaldi, -1 lap
9}Rene Arnoux, -1 lap
10}Andrea de Cesaris, -2 laps
11}Patrick Tambay, -3 laps
12}Stefan Johansson, DNF, 24 laps
13}Jan Lammers, DNF, 15 laps
14}Eliseo Salazar, DNF, 5 laps
15}Nigel Mansell, DNF, 2 laps
16}Derek Warwick, DNF, 2 laps
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Post by Julian Mayo » Mon Aug 14, 2006 1:19 am

"Il Leone" had a massive spin in his own water in practice, ie,...200kmh, and you are suddenly looking at where you have just been, and you are now progressing backwards at 180kmh........handy for evading ticket collectors et al, not good for old neck muscles weighed down by a helmet which, with G forces suddenly weighs 5 times its normal weight, as the vehicle rotates :cry:
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