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Old 04-07-2002, 00:55   #1 (permalink)
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Wish this would get more coverage

I saw motogp was on10 and foxtel arrgghhhh


Race 1

1 16 Kleenduct Aust P/L David Wood (VIC) Subaru WRX STi MY02 1994 14 14:42.4516 2 1:02.2352
2 1 Century Batteries Brett Peters (QLD) Subaru WRX STi IV 1998 14 14:43.1777 2 1:02.4506
3 23 Mitsubishi Electric Australia Steve Knight (SA) Mitsubishi EVO VI 1997 14 14:51.1733 2 1:02.3524
4 34 Delphi/King Springs Mark King (QLD) Mitsubishi EVO VII 1997 14 14:53.4175 7 1:02.5124
5 11 Rondo On Line/BGC Barry Morcom (NSW) HSV VX GTS 300kW 5665 14 14:57.0744 3 1:02.7282
6 6 Nepean EFI Geoff Full (NSW) Mitsubishi EVO VII 1997 14 15:00.0262 8 1:02.9706
7 57 Corio Auto Parts Plus Graham Alexander (VIC) Mitsubishi EVO V 1997 14 15:01.2475 12 1:02.8482
8 38 Castran Gilbert Pty Ltd Dennis Gilbert (VIC) Mitsubishi EVO V 1997 14 15:10.5288 6 1:03.5388
9 87 Tankworld/FRP Pools John Falk (VIC) Subaru WRX STi IV 1994 14 15:19.2677 3 1:04.0057
10 33 PRO-DUCT Motorsport P/L Bob Pearson (NSW) Mazda RX-7 2616 14 15:27.9152 7 1:03.0226
11 17 Team Yamaha Trevor Haines (VIC) Ford Falcon TE50 5600 14 15:41.6369 3 1:05.1591
12 60 FalkenTyres/MotulOils/Bilstein Wayne Boatwright (NSW) Subaru WRX STi MY02 1994 14 15:42.6299 5 1:02.5535
DNF 300 Floyd Motorsport Peter Floyd (VIC) HSV VX GTS 300kW 5665 13 13:53.6191 9 1:02.1222*
DNS 7 Quirks Refrigeration Peter Boylan (NSW) BMW M3 Coupe E-46 3246

Race 2

1 16 Kleenduct Aust P/L David Wood (VIC) Subaru WRX STi MY02 1994 14 14:45.1593 4 1:02.2110
2 1 Century Batteries Brett Peters (QLD) Subaru WRX STi IV 1998 14 14:47.8740 4 1:02.6478
3 300 Floyd Motorsport Peter Floyd (VIC) HSV VX GTS 300kW 5665 14 14:50.4025 8 1:02.1622*
4 34 Delphi/King Springs Mark King (QLD) Mitsubishi EVO VII 1997 14 14:51.7987 7 1:03.0388
5 57 Corio Auto Parts Plus Graham Alexander (VIC) Mitsubishi EVO V 1997 14 14:54.7724 8 1:03.0238
6 11 Rondo On Line/BGC Barry Morcom (NSW) HSV VX GTS 300kW 5665 14 14:59.9956 12 1:03.1341
7 6 Nepean EFI Geoff Full (NSW) Mitsubishi EVO VII 1997 14 15:01.7718 2 1:03.0406
8 60 FalkenTyres/MotulOils/Bilstein Wayne Boatwright (NSW) Subaru WRX STi MY02 1994 14 15:08.0762 2 1:02.7354
9 38 Castran Gilbert Pty Ltd Dennis Gilbert (VIC) Mitsubishi EVO V 1997 14 15:09.4188 4 1:03.7633
10 87 Tankworld/FRP Pools John Falk (VIC) Subaru WRX STi IV 1994 14 15:11.8190 3 1:04.1266
11 33 PRO-DUCT Motorsport P/L Bob Pearson (NSW) Mazda RX-7 2616 14 15:27.8322 4 1:03.4169
12 17 Team Yamaha Trevor Haines (VIC) Ford Falcon TE50 5600 14 15:45.1168 2 1:06.3732
DNF 23 Mitsubishi Electric Australia Steve Knight (SA) Mitsubishi EVO VI 1997 4 4:19.9807 2 1:03.4508
DNS 7 Quirks Refrigeration Peter Boylan (NSW) BMW M3 Coupe E-46 3246

Race 3

1 57 Corio Auto Parts Plus Graham Alexander (VIC) Mitsubishi EVO V 1997 14 14:50.1954 2 1:02.5646
2 1 Century Batteries Brett Peters (QLD) Subaru WRX STi IV 1998 14 14:57.4608 7 1:02.8837
3 300 Floyd Motorsport Peter Floyd (VIC) HSV VX GTS 300kW 5665 14 14:57.6088 3 1:02.5152*
4 60 FalkenTyres/MotulOils/Bilstein Wayne Boatwright (NSW) Subaru WRX STi MY02 1994 14 14:58.0341 2 1:02.7914
5 11 Rondo On Line/BGC Barry Morcom (NSW) HSV VX GTS 300kW 5665 14 15:03.3509 5 1:03.4039
6 16 Kleenduct Aust P/L David Wood (VIC) Subaru WRX STi MY02 1994 14 15:03.5511 4 1:02.9064
7 6 Nepean EFI Geoff Full (NSW) Mitsubishi EVO VII 1997 14 15:05.1539 5 1:03.1387
8 34 Delphi/King Springs Mark King (QLD) Mitsubishi EVO VII 1997 14 15:05.2762 3 1:03.1508
9 23 Mitsubishi Electric Australia Steve Knight (SA) Mitsubishi EVO VI 1997 14 15:10.0829 12 1:03.0322
10 87 Tankworld/FRP Pools John Falk (VIC) Subaru WRX STi IV 1994 14 15:11.0017 6 1:04.0015
11 17 Team Yamaha Trevor Haines (VIC) Ford Falcon TE50 5600 14 15:38.2878 2 1:05.6049
12 38 Castran Gilbert Pty Ltd Dennis Gilbert (VIC) Mitsubishi EVO V 1997 12 15:08.0631 5 1:04.0478
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None of the races were really interesting. Having said that the GTS of Floyd did put on a show and provided the only entertainment in all three races, including punting one of the WRXs off the track.

He did come through the pack nicely in races 2 and 3.
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How come the TS50 seems to be at the back of the pack? has it been nobbled?

Is Daryl Coon racing his XR6 this year aswell?
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Old 04-07-2002, 01:29   #4 (permalink)
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it's down 50kw on the GTS to start with ...
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Old 04-07-2002, 01:32   #5 (permalink)
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TS50 runs without parity adjustments, so it hasn't been nobbled

The XR6 would run in the GT Production category if coon is running it this year
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Old 04-07-2002, 01:34   #6 (permalink)
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it's down 50kw on the GTS to start with ...
... and it is well and truly down on the dickhead fan base as well. Seems to me that this is a large factor of motorsport success, particularly with any V8 class. :s6:

Seriously though, they are a fairly new team running a new car, so their results should improve over the season with more experience and data.
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The car was built in QLD and runs motec engine management. They got it off the boat and it wouldn't start. The temp was too cold and it wanted to get back to QLD as quick as possible.

Next once they got it to run the engine stuffed up and they had to fly a new head in.

Next the car hasn't been sorted since it ended up on its roof.

Next it seems they have a new car on the way and they don't care. Ok they do care they are just frustrated
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Too many Evos and STIs there! This is the second round they humiliated the V8s! It's a fact.

Lap time for that T slow thing is not much faster than Damien White or Luff times! Trevor needs to put his right foot on the accelerator I reckon!

So why Holden is not having a few 255kw cars? scarrrred????One T against 3 GTS and a million STIs and EVOs is not gonna work.

And how about Loadsman SS? Did he win his battle against the Daihatsus and astras????where the h@@# the other XR8s they said they should have the new 220KW engines by this race!!!!Get it on Ford!!
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I found this, comparo between stock and racing cars. Look what they done to the GTS to let the little cars be faster(Yes I'd rather be on Holden side than STI and EVO!!!)

Holden 1620kg, 6300rpm vs stock = 1795kg, 6500rpm
EVO 1435kg, 1.0bar, revs free (~7500) vs stock = ~1435kg, ~7200rpm
Mazda 1320kg, 0.7bar, revs free vs stock 1340kg, 0.8bar, ~7400rpm
Subaru 1273kg, 1.2bar, revs free vs stock 1345kg, 1.1bar, 7900rpm
Nissan 1255kg, 1.0bar, revs free vs stock 1350kg, 0.6bar, 7200rpm


Yeah right! 100kg less for the STI and revs happily free!
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That's Bullshit.
1) BMW M3 should be kicking the arse of all of them.
2) Subaru WRX is fatter and slower with not as good handling as the EVO VI.
3) TE50 is heavier with less torque and power than GTS. Also costs 30 grand less too.

We need a GTHO to gobble this series up!
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