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Old 10-26-2003, 03:09   #1 (permalink)
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Question New Zealand here we come

New Zealand is only 2 weeks from now, who do you think will have a chance? We all know that Ambrose (who will probably get a new engine) really needs the points and win but we also know that Murphy wont take it sitting down, he will be fighting for it! So who could it be, Of course we are all hoping Ambrose can do it, but Murphy has won there the past two years. Also not forgeting Skaife and Ingall. So do you think Ambrose can secure the championship or will Murphy make it 3 in a row?

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Ambrose holds a 90 point lead in addjusted points .With two rounds togo Ambrose only has to finish seventh in every race to guaranteed his first V8 Supercar Championship.
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i think ambrose has a good chance in NZ. only problem will be reliability. He showed last year he had the speed but had a little badluck (hitting the nail). I am looking forward to the race. I can't beleive the season is nearly at an end :( .
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Good luck to all ford teams. We cant have Murph winning over there again. Hope Ellery has better luck than he did this weekend aswell
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My pick is Ambrose for sure because in an interview the stone brothers were saying that in the off-season they did heaps of shock and spring development. If you think about which rounds they have gone well at they are all hilly and uneven tracks.....That's why they said they weren't on the money at Bathurst.
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So bathurst isn't hilly?
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Old 10-26-2003, 18:57   #7 (permalink)
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I think that he means the track surface is smoother at Bathurst where Pukekohe is alot more bumpy.
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Old 10-26-2003, 21:34   #8 (permalink)
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bathurst is (god forbid) a flat and boring surface. I'd much rather have some uneven camber and bumps scattered around it.
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I obviously hope Ambrose wins or more importantly a Ford but Murphys car has found the pace and it will be hard to beat him at NZ.
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Ambrose 1st Ingall 2nd.Dont worry there are plenty of ford fans in New Zealand and we will be there giving them heaps.
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