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Discussion in 'Motorsports' started by Bram Hengeveld, Dec 30, 2009.
lol the green Ferrari just blowed up in flames
n900, and tv in cable are working fairly well for the last minutes.
LOL, it was a cool "FRESH FLORIDA" advertising there. :tongue:
tequila car burned well hehe
Great event!!! Thanks to everyone who provided the live streaming links (made following the action easy - even when house-mates weren't allowing Motors TV on the big screen ). As for the Corvette pit crash :eek: - what part of "first rule of racing... don't hit your team-mate..." did they not understand :tongue:? Especially when you hit him in the pitlane :smile:.
I would like to see the breakfast at Team Corvette
you can say what you want this corvette pit disaster looked more like on prupose, i cant help my self but you cant oversee your teammates car
in your own pitox
Audi couldnt race a revised R15 2009 at sebring 12hr because Pug's Vetoed Audi's Request because the revised R15 isnt 2010 spec/Legal.
lol ?? so they wont be allowed to run at Lemans too ?
They will have the New Car at LeMan. The one they wanted to race was last years with a few revisions.
Simon Pagenaud made a daring last-lap pass in the #1 HPD ARX (Honda) over the #007 Lola-Aston Martin of Adrian Fernandez to take the win by .035 sec in Saturday's American Le Mans Series at Long Beach.
The No. 45 Flying Lizard Motorsports Porsche of Patrick Long scored the GT win after hunting down the two BMW Rahal Letterman Racing BMW M3s late in the 100-minute race.
(Will link video of the pass & finish when/if ALMS posts it)
This race was actually better than I expected.
Hmm just watched it. Still alot of cautions and the LMP's got to much airtime i think. Because at the back where some nice GTC and GT battles.
But didnt saw anything about it.
ALMS never did post a decent link :frown:.
The Grand-AM race this weekend (at VIR) was very good. Andy Lally/Ted Ballou took the GT win in a Porsche GT3, and Scott Pruett/Memo Rojas took the DP win.