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2013 Clipsal


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Hmmm Merc spills its guts and nearly catches fire :unsure:

No Nissan or Merc in the top 10 qualifying but still have the Nissans mid pack with under a second off the pace so should make for a good weekend of racing!

Nearly... but didn't thats the important thing :-)

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I came over from Melb to support Nissan, hopefully the boys pull it together tomorrow.

The Merc did catch fire coming down around corner 4, sounds awesome very distinct from the other v8s.

Unfortunately once again Ken Block doesnt get to show his Gymkhana potential mainly doing donuts around a few barrels on the circuit :(

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How the frick does Windows show them the right way up, but then upload some here sideways?

Because it is giving you a hint at what orientation you should be with the girls :laugh:

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I think a brand/team finishing in 11th in a brand new car with a brand new/unfamiliar car/engine is absolutely outstanding actually.

We were happy to have all 3 cars finish... even if one was 15 laps down. We aren't "too" far off the pace but in a series where the difference between 1st and 20th is less than 1 second being a little off the pace is a bad thing

Huge issues with the COTF cabin and temps with nearly 1/2 the field having burns on their feet ( all 3 erebus guys and Dave Wall next door all had burns / blisters from the heat ) (pic of dave's shoes below after the race, entire sole melted onto the pedals )

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Nissan having issues re fuel economy, so down on HP and bad economy. Nissan have some work to do.

Looking forward to tomorrow and the new challenges but already absolutely emotionally and physically drained after the last 3 days, been a long 12 month from concept to race grid

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I think a brand/team finishing in 11th in a brand new car with a brand new/unfamiliar car/engine is absolutely outstanding actually.

Agreed, can't expect a podium in there first event. Just have to hope every round they improve and get more competitive!! Was good to watch.

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