Postby |ncary on Tue 3/Oct/06 2:51am

The best bit of the race was when Pakistan was lapped just by France and then the safety car came out, and before the restart France slowed everyone down and made them bunch up, then he sped off! Leaving every car stuck behind the asshole that is Pakistan untill the start line, it was hilarious.

And South Africa locking up and off the track on the first lap after winning the sprint race, terrible effort.

Good on USA for staying out on dry tyres in the rain, insane gamble, but it payed off well.

Everytime we saw Pakistan we laughed, that guy was useless. He spun out coming into the pits and blocked the pit lane, cars were coming right at him and then had to pull away hard ahaaaa.

Very good race, track looked pretty crap though.
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Postby CaptainCaveman on Tue 3/Oct/06 8:06am

New Zealand always finishes 4th. :huh:
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Postby Datsane on Tue 3/Oct/06 10:38am

CaptainCaveman wrote: New Zealand always finishes 4th. :huh:
nope 11th
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Postby Grapefruit on Tue 3/Oct/06 10:41am

regarding the hold up of the pack on the restart.
remember when teams did that in F1

then a few teams complained

and it was banned!!! why!!!!!

well when i say banned....

"if evidence suggests a team is delibratley slowing others behind down in a safety car situation..."

ahhh the lovelly grey area that is the F1 rule book!

spoilsports or what!
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Postby CaptainCaveman on Tue 3/Oct/06 10:44am

Datsane wrote:
CaptainCaveman wrote: New Zealand always finishes 4th. :huh:
nope 11th


11 is a multiple of 4
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Postby Datsane on Tue 3/Oct/06 10:45am

tonyjefford wrote: regarding the hold up of the pack on the restart.
remember when teams did that in F1

then a few teams complained

and it was banned!!! why!!!!!

well when i say banned....

"if evidence suggests a team is delibratley slowing others behind down in a safety car situation..."

ahhh the lovelly grey area that is the F1 rule book!

spoilsports or what!
In most motorsport races you must stay within so many car lengths of the car infront.
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Postby XTC1 on Tue 3/Oct/06 10:53am

Datsane wrote:
tonyjefford wrote: regarding the hold up of the pack on the restart.
remember when teams did that in F1

then a few teams complained

and it was banned!!! why!!!!!

well when i say banned....

"if evidence suggests a team is delibratley slowing others behind down in a safety car situation..."

ahhh the lovelly grey area that is the F1 rule book!

spoilsports or what!
In most motorsport races you must stay within so many car lengths of the car infront.
That damn Pakistan team driver was useless!!! what the hell was he thinking at the restart!! If the weather hadnt of changed France could well of drove off into the distance to yet another A1 win. Is there no standard the driver must pass to be eligible to race in the series??
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Postby CaptainCaveman on Tue 3/Oct/06 10:54am

XTC1 wrote:
Datsane wrote:
tonyjefford wrote: regarding the hold up of the pack on the restart.
remember when teams did that in F1

then a few teams complained

and it was banned!!! why!!!!!

well when i say banned....

"if evidence suggests a team is delibratley slowing others behind down in a safety car situation..."

ahhh the lovelly grey area that is the F1 rule book!

spoilsports or what!
In most motorsport races you must stay within so many car lengths of the car infront.
That damn Pakistan team driver was useless!!! what the hell was he thinking at the restart!! If the weather hadnt of changed France could well of drove off into the distance to yet another A1 win. Is there no standard the driver must pass to be eligible to race in the series??


The standard has a $ sign in front of it.
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Postby Datsane on Tue 3/Oct/06 10:55am

XTC1 wrote:
Datsane wrote:
tonyjefford wrote: regarding the hold up of the pack on the restart.
remember when teams did that in F1

then a few teams complained

and it was banned!!! why!!!!!

well when i say banned....

"if evidence suggests a team is delibratley slowing others behind down in a safety car situation..."

ahhh the lovelly grey area that is the F1 rule book!

spoilsports or what!
In most motorsport races you must stay within so many car lengths of the car infront.
That damn Pakistan team driver was useless!!! what the hell was he thinking at the restart!! If the weather hadnt of changed France could well of drove off into the distance to yet another A1 win. Is there no standard the driver must pass to be eligible to race in the series??
Most likely is a standard. But when you think about it the pakistan driver was most likely a better driver then you or me
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Postby Grapefruit on Tue 3/Oct/06 10:59am

also dont forget, while the Team Pakistan car was there it was on TV getting exposure to millions of viewers !

whats that phrase

there is no such thing as bad press?
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Postby XTC1 on Tue 3/Oct/06 11:00am

Datsane wrote:
XTC1 wrote:
Datsane wrote:
tonyjefford wrote: regarding the hold up of the pack on the restart.
remember when teams did that in F1

then a few teams complained

and it was banned!!! why!!!!!

well when i say banned....

"if evidence suggests a team is delibratley slowing others behind down in a safety car situation..."

ahhh the lovelly grey area that is the F1 rule book!

spoilsports or what!
In most motorsport races you must stay within so many car lengths of the car infront.
That damn Pakistan team driver was useless!!! what the hell was he thinking at the restart!! If the weather hadnt of changed France could well of drove off into the distance to yet another A1 win. Is there no standard the driver must pass to be eligible to race in the series??
Most likely is a standard. But when you think about it the pakistan driver was most likely a better driver then you or me
Yes he could well be better but he obviously cant handle the jandle in an A1 car so maybe shouldnt be there
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Postby Datsane on Tue 3/Oct/06 3:09pm

XTC1 wrote:
Datsane wrote:
XTC1 wrote:
Datsane wrote:
tonyjefford wrote: regarding the hold up of the pack on the restart.
remember when teams did that in F1

then a few teams complained

and it was banned!!! why!!!!!

well when i say banned....

"if evidence suggests a team is delibratley slowing others behind down in a safety car situation..."

ahhh the lovelly grey area that is the F1 rule book!

spoilsports or what!
In most motorsport races you must stay within so many car lengths of the car infront.
That damn Pakistan team driver was useless!!! what the hell was he thinking at the restart!! If the weather hadnt of changed France could well of drove off into the distance to yet another A1 win. Is there no standard the driver must pass to be eligible to race in the series??
Most likely is a standard. But when you think about it the pakistan driver was most likely a better driver then you or me
Yes he could well be better but he obviously cant handle the jandle in an A1 car so maybe shouldnt be there
Just about everyone had a spin at one stage or another during the race should they all go to :eh:
Without traction control or ABS, driving one wouldn't be anykind of drive to the dairy.
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Postby XTC1 on Tue 3/Oct/06 3:13pm

Datsane wrote:
XTC1 wrote:
Datsane wrote:
XTC1 wrote:
Datsane wrote:
tonyjefford wrote: regarding the hold up of the pack on the restart.
remember when teams did that in F1

then a few teams complained

and it was banned!!! why!!!!!

well when i say banned....

"if evidence suggests a team is delibratley slowing others behind down in a safety car situation..."

ahhh the lovelly grey area that is the F1 rule book!

spoilsports or what!
In most motorsport races you must stay within so many car lengths of the car infront.
That damn Pakistan team driver was useless!!! what the hell was he thinking at the restart!! If the weather hadnt of changed France could well of drove off into the distance to yet another A1 win. Is there no standard the driver must pass to be eligible to race in the series??
Most likely is a standard. But when you think about it the pakistan driver was most likely a better driver then you or me
Yes he could well be better but he obviously cant handle the jandle in an A1 car so maybe shouldnt be there
Just about everyone had a spin at one stage or another during the race should they all go to :eh:
Without traction control or ABS, driving one wouldn't be anykind of drive to the dairy.
No they should stay because they can all drive the car with competence, the guy from pakistan managed to spin on pit entry!! and he didnt seem to know what the hell he was doing at the restart
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Postby Grapefruit on Tue 3/Oct/06 3:14pm

>>Without traction control or ABS, driving one wouldn't be anykind of drive to the dairy.
You should see the jafa's on sunday morning racing to get a parking spot right outside thier favourite coffee place so they dont have to walk in the rain and mess up thier hair....!!!
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Postby XTC1 on Tue 3/Oct/06 3:16pm

tonyjefford wrote: >>Without traction control or ABS, driving one wouldn't be anykind of drive to the dairy.
You should see the jafa's on sunday morning racing to get a parking spot right outside thier favourite coffee place so they dont have to walk in the rain and mess up thier hair....!!!
Haha that would be quite a sight!
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