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Old 05-26-2004, 05:21   #1 (permalink)
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Holden "precision" driving

Here is some unprecise driving by Holden's precision driving team.
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Old 05-26-2004, 05:33   #2 (permalink)
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I love the way the crowd only start's cheering once he stacks it.
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So it means they are only human after all...
Oh well, maybe I should go and watch the Ford Precision Driving team.....

oops, just realised there isn't any...
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So it means they are only human after all...
Oh well, maybe I should go and watch the Ford Precision Driving team.....

oops, just realised there isn't any...
But thats where you are wrong!! As usual !!!

The thing is, precision driving in Fords is an everyday occurence, and not a sideshow novelty!
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i recon there should be a ford precision driveing team go to summernats and the like doing sincronised burnouts around each other and stunts and stuff
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I love how people take all posts in a place called "The Asylum" so damn seriously.
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Haha, I didnt hear the guy on the PA saying Mark Skaife did I?
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So it means they are only human after all...
Oh well, maybe I should go and watch the Ford Precision Driving team.....

oops, just realised there isn't any...
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But thats where you are wrong!! As usual !!!

The thing is, precision driving in Fords is an everyday occurence, and not a sideshow novelty!
ahaha good call!!!
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Re: Holden "precision" driving

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But thats where you are wrong!! As usual !!!

The thing is, precision driving in Fords is an everyday occurence, and not a sideshow novelty!
But that's just cause it's a little easier to take corners in a ford... did I say a little? I meant a LOT
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But that's just cause it's a little easier to take corners in a ford... did I say a little? I meant a LOT
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