Discussion in 'General Motorsport' started by FB, Feb 2, 2017.
Track limits seem to have become a bit of an afterthought at the moment...
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Toyota lead with Kobayashi in #7. Davidson in #8 is falling back towards Porsche #1 driven by Nick Tandy.
Greenlantern101 would you hurry up and have a go at the Azerbaijan GP quiz to see if its any better or not? I've been waiting for days for your verdict.
very warm. which is going to be interesting because might have few more electronic problems. i got to say i am hugely surprised by Kamui Kobayshi he was a talent in f1 but unpredictable as he could be fantastic like suzuka podium or on other occasions a hazard as brundle once called him kobaycrashi, as would never had said he would be currently the star driver of lmp1 class
cider_and_toast I've been having a computer nightmare. My laptop died. Im currently on a 2008 window 7 Dell. The battery last 20 minutes. And its sloooowww.
Nick Tandy is quality Isn't he? Only ever see him in Le Mans and he always stands out.
Yup, to be as good as he is with the experience he's got is extraordinary.
Was hoping to see Hulk again and maybe Alonso for this year's Le Mans.
wouldnt surprise me if alonso puts le mans into any 2018 contract
trying to figure out whats the bigger shock a LMP2 car winning or the porsche that lost 20laps in the pits comes back to take victory
im not feeling smug honest
unbelieveable drama at makes 2016 look tame. but i said last night like to say #1 porsche got this in the bag with 19 & 30 lap lead to nearest LMP1. but we werent even halfway anything could happen. i had sneaking worry as it was only LMP1 hadnt hit trouble. but as like 2016 when leading car broke down on final lap. 2017 proof sports is never over until fat lady sings.
current state of LMP1
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