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Discussion in 'Motorsports' started by Wido Rossen, Dec 6, 2007.
Fond memries of an FD race here
Looking forward to it I hope the Seats have a disaster weekend.
I'm think it will be Chevy track. Seat's will be struggling on that long corners. They have really heavy front so they front tires will be getting own3d. So i bet on Robb Huff will be performancing well but that long straight can help seats because they pulling away on it like rocket from petrol opponents. This is will be worth watching. I hope for some disaster for Yvan and Gabriele. Because i'm think everybody wants here to tradicional Macau exectuing of the title
Fiat's 500 will be something like Alfa 147 cup but slower. I Bet it will be alot of action here. I want from eurosport coverage from it. They Lost MotoGP so put it on schedule Euroguys
I voted for Rickard Rydell, I want him to win over Tarquini and Yvan Muller.
one reason more for BMW to pull out there competition breaking 120 D ;D
No BMW should do what they did this season! Stay with the petrol fueled car! Best sound on the track and good promotion of their product
It looks pretty good to me :
Its just not a proper scooby anymore. Looks more like a skoda.
Either that or a SsangYong, as they make really ugly cars.
That is a proper Scooby, the RB320
70 kg Y. Muller, G. Tarquini, J. Gené
68 kg N. Larini
66 kg A. Priaulx
64 kg R. Huff
62 kg R. Rydell
52 kg J. Müller
50 kg F. Porteiro
47 kg A. Farfus, T. Monteiro
44 kg A. Menu
32 kg A. Zanardi
30 kg K. Ladygin, M. Orido, Y. Taniguchi, M. Kano, M. Choo, M. Marsh, N. Michelisz
24 kg T. Coronel
19 kg J. Thompson
3 kg S. Hernández
2 kg S. D'Aste
No Corthals apparently - He has pulled out of the last 2 rounds, due to sponsorship issues.
Matthew Marsh, Melvin Choo and Masaki Kano make up for it though - 3 extra cars on top of Orido and Taniguchi as well.
The UK commentators were saying that the rules they plan to introduce to slow the diesels down will make no difference - as development over the winter will make up for it.
On the teletext here in Guernsey - it seemed to suggest Priaulx may not be in WTCC next year and looking at other projects instead - BTCC?
I feel sorry for Wiechers - they have had a really unlucky year, but they are a great team and I hope they get at least 1 full time driver next year.
Support Hong Kong driver ^.^
Tarquini had the edge over Muller in Aida's first practice, lets hope this is a sign of things to come for the race, so that we have a finely balanced battle for the beast that is Macau!
Have to say that the modern day Arbarth looks quite funky, looking at Bram's attached pic!
Anybody gonna watch it live this night/morning and wants to chat about it?
> 01:30 : Warm Up
> 06:35 : Race 1
> 08:05 : Race 2
Maybe we can hook up in the racing club chatbox http://forum.racedepartment.com/racing-club/ and join eachothers company and drink some coffee at hte same time