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Discussion in 'Motorsport' started by 05XR8, Aug 23, 2018.
Whoops. That's how bad my internet is atm. Four posts instead of one!!!
Can't wait to hear what F1 drivers have to say, about these cars at Melbourne next year.
Aww. Golding was up the inside. Look like MAcrow just didn't give enough room on exit.
Oh replay shows a bit of curb by Golding.
Probably just race incident.
Pix or it didn't happen.
Good job by this person to capture these sessions. Probably still uploading the feature race.
From what I saw at The Bend I think Randle is right, downforce needs to be addressed somehow. There was a distinct 4-5 car lengths throughout the field.
Spoiler: James Golding suggesting following another car is easy enough.
Sure it is James, is that why you had to have a humungus lunge and ended up here;
We were up on the roof section for their feature race. Phone pic by my wife
What if Igor Fraga makes a surprise visit?
He had to. Just awesome.
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It was about this bit of good news: https://www.speedcafe.com/2020/02/14/barrichello-to-race-s5000-at-grand-prix-and-bathurst/
The internationals are impressive for the F1 round, Rubens Barrichello, Alex Premat, and now Giancarlo Fisichella.
I think James Courtney would make an interesting inclusion too.
Indeed. The same way F1 stand up for the VASC races, they are going to be blown away by this category. Having Ruebens and Fisi, is just beyond words.
It's like a Formula 1 Masters series! The category hasn't even been around for a year yet it's already gained international attention. The GP will definitely put the category on the map; showcasing these things on a world stage is brilliant.
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TCR Australia and, in turn, Super 5000 delayed until the first week of September. Then again, with the news in the recent days regarding Supercars teams, it's not a huge surprise.