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World Time Attack Challenge 2012


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Heading down tomorrow as long as the weather isnt too bad. Nemo is killing it but i'm also pretty impressed with the times the wrx is doing in club sprint, 1:38.x is really moving considering its not on R comps.

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Heading down tomorrow as long as the weather isnt too bad. Nemo is killing it but i'm also pretty impressed with the times the wrx is doing in club sprint, 1:38.x is really moving considering its not on R comps.

might find the 1:38.x wrx has bolt on guards, and will probably be deemed inelligble under club rules.

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might find the 1:38.x wrx has bolt on guards, and will probably be deemed inelligble under club rules.

There was a comment along those lines on the entrant page. Looked like the organisers responded saying that if they were modified OEM guards that was ok, which seems a bit odd. If it's permitted im guessing you will see a lot of modified metal guards next year in club sprint. Then again if you allow that why not frp?

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Oh really? That's gotta suck! Running around finding a clutch right now probably haha. Maybe overnight from Melb :D

Snowy's car developed issues late Thursday night and didnt make it up unfortunately. Not sure what they were exactly, bit of a shame given it had a good run @ PI a few days earlier.

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That Dominator EVO should be in Pro class - its just as mental as the EVO's in Pro and obviously just as quick!!!!

Scorch is going really well as is MCA.

Nemo is in a different league - so far!

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Nemo is extremely fast!

One impressive thing is aero. There's just a lift in T1!

Sustained lateral g up to and around 2g. There's plenty of pace left. He's not even in qualifying mode of driving yet - it's clearly seen that he's driving calmly. Very impressive aero work. Is there any videos with logged accelerations from 2011 WTAC top cars?

Thanks

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