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Discussion in 'Motorsport' started by Speedster502, Jan 29, 2011.
So was that definitely a safety car mistake that's handed the race to the Rast/Frijns Audi?
Seems like Mother Nature mostly won the 2019 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps. Congratulations to whomever won overall and in classes from this year's race. It was great to follow this race as much as I could online.
So I attended Spa 24 h since last Friday. Had a Great time. Sunday morning I woke up with the rain pooring down on our tent. We noticed that the race was red flagged.
Because all things were sobbing , we decided to go home to see Max win the German gp.
Looks like you had a good time. I was there Thursday through Sunday and we really had to put up with every weather condition except snow. It was an amazing time though. I camped by at Ster by Eau Rouge, looks like you guys were somewhere else.
Sure we had a good time. Everytime at any track = good time
When we arrived Friday around 1800, the campsites at Ster, were full. We headed for La source and down the road there are many campsites. Ours even had a proper toilet and shower. All for 55 Euro's for 3 days.
Some images from Thursday at Circuit Zolder, the 24 hour race starts tomorrow!
Paul Truswell was walking around in the pitlane, but I didn't dare to have a chat with him for some reason.
Who has the coverage for this weekend's Suzuka 10 hours?
GT World, although you may need a VPN to watch it in the states.
Yeah that's what I was thinking too.
The race is available in the US without a VPN. I'm watching it on regular Youtube.
I’m not sure whether it’s an error or not but in the US the YouTube stream from GT World is working without VPN
It’s not an error, unless you live in Japan. That’s the only place it’s geo-blocked to my understanding.
Seeing Suzuka at night is going to be a little strange.
Why is the timer counting up?
Walkenhorst BMW with damage.
WOW! What a finish!
Thanks for the links as I don't watch the European series but did attend the American series at Watkins Glen last week. They also had the new Saleen S1 cup series there. Saleen's plans are a GT4 entry with the S1 next year.
That's Cool! Those look similar to the Japan One Make series cars.
Super Aguri? I forget the name.
I hadn't heard about the S1 until we saw it on the track and tried guessing what it is. It looks like a Toyota Celica from the front, a Mitsubishi 3000 in the rear and a Porsche 911/Cayman form the side.
Saleen is going through the homoligation process, they basically need to make more of them. A couple shots form Watkins Glen.
This is the car I was talking about. It's what the Saleen remind me of.
That thing looks like it has the current Jaguar front grill opening. Cool looking though
I agree it's cool looking and I also think better looking than the Saleen. Low to the ground too.
That Fuji race is the first I've seen with the stationary cameras, a bit weird at first.
Might have something to do with the size of the event. Super Taikyu used to broadcast with the fixed security type cameras. Now, those races are more televised.
ATS Automobili launches Corsa RR Turbo:
- Powered by a Honda 2-Litre racing engine that produces 600 horsepower and 530NM of torque.
- Weighs 780 kilograms in part thanks to an incredibly light 40kg spaceframe.
- Priced at 110,000 Euros for racing teams.
- Full FIA homologation, eligible to participate in German VLN, French V de V Endurance Series, CIVM, Hill-climb events and GT Cup championships.
Craft Bamboo has confirmed it's entry (potentially two cars) for next years Bathurst 12hr.