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Discussion in 'GT Legends' started by Hans Sneep, Dec 21, 2008.

  1. Hans Sneep

    Hans Sneep
    Premium Member

    This is the way to pass a Sunday afternoon,watching TC65-GTC65 races at
    Silverstone:

    Christmas Tree020.jpg

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of you

    Hans
     
  2. Simon Bacon

    Simon Bacon
    Premium Member

    You lucky so and so Hans.:laugh2: That looks like the same series I saw at Mallory. Great cars and great racing.:good: Merry Christmas mate, see you in the New Year.:beer:

    Simon :)
     
  3. Warren Dawes

    Warren Dawes
    Premium Member

    Nice events to watch for sure Hans. We still get some historic racing here in Australia occasionally too, but not often enough.

    Merry christmas to all of our loyal GTL fans here, hope to see more of you next year.
     
  4. Truls Flatland

    Truls Flatland
    Premium Member

    HA, I was watching that all day aswell! Nice to see history in action, and some very clean driving....
     
  5. Hans Sneep

    Hans Sneep
    Premium Member

    Warren,with what do you watch TV, Cable TV ore Satellite ? I have Cable TV with a setup box and watch a lot of different race class's on MOTORS TV its a France broadcaster but all in English, I used a Satellite for a while (Astra) and
    MOTORS TV is on Sat. also..

    Result's of the Race:
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    The Blue car,is the Mercury

    Hans
     
  6. hahha what better way for sure! Can you learn from their mistakes though?
     
  7. Dave Stephenson

    Dave Stephenson
    Technical Administrator Staff Premium Member

    i wish i still had the old sky going. motors tv = very good. unfortunatel very expensive since its bundled with sky sports.
     
  8. Hans Sneep

    Hans Sneep
    Premium Member

    There ware spins and slides but most of the drivers are ferry good that Guy in the Comet stay before the mustang till the end of the race ,and that car handles more difficult than a Falcon (just ask the GTL guys how a Falcon handles).
    And yes there is always something to learn by watching these races,(How the H*L keep they there cars on track???)

    Hans
     
  9. Stuart Thomson

    Stuart Thomson
    The Stoat Without Fear ™ Premium Member

    Yup I saw a lot of that too - the vintage formula Juniors was superb