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Old 26-09-2011, 00:41   #31
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Gav got the fastest time of the day?

What time did he do? That is immense as the orange car wasn't hanging around despite the problems.
It's all here http://www.tsl-timing.com/attack/2011/113870.pdf
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Old 26-09-2011, 05:20   #32
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Gareth got FTD

Gareth Lloyd - 1:15.772
Gav Renshaw - 1:16.641
Marcus Webster - 1:17.825
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Old 26-09-2011, 06:35   #33
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Just walked through the door home from a wonderful weekend at snetterton

Well done to Andrew, Gav for the wins

Also well done to all the guys taking part it was great catching up with you all again.

I'm off to catch an hours sleep before I head off to work

Hopefully make it along to watch a few rounds next year!

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Old 26-09-2011, 06:44   #34
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Kenny, put your wooden spoon away You knew full well who posted the quickest lap. It was a shame the orange car failed to finish the whole day but as someone mentioned, to finish 1st, 1st you have to finish. There's no doubt it's a very quick car and with Gareth behind the wheel it was always going to go well. Grow up a bit lad and try not to ruin another thread eh?

For me, yesterday was a great end to a brilliant season. Many thanks to Phil trusting me with his baby and thanks to Nick, Eddie and Jonny from NR for the hard work and support all year. I'll do a season review in the near future.

Thanks for all the congrats on here.

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Old 26-09-2011, 07:53   #35
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So who won what (championship)? I think this is right.... :S


Pro:

1: Gav - EVO
2: Marcus - R32 GTR
3: Paul Doyle - Impreza

Club Pro:

1: Walter - R32 GTR
2: Mark - 6R4
3: Warren - Cossie


Club:

1: John Mathers - Impreza
2: Barbour - EVO
3: Eric - EVO

FWD:

1: Bo - Astra
2: Gerry - Leon Supercoppa
3: Dave - CTR

RWD:

1: Umar - RX7
2: Jimmy - VX220
3: Ronnie - Cossie


http://racing.midlands-performance.co.uk/ta.aspx

Marcus' trap speeds on the start/finsh straight are nothing short of frightning :O
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Old 26-09-2011, 08:23   #36
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Gareth got FTD

Gareth Lloyd - 1:15.772
Gav Renshaw - 1:16.641
Marcus Webster - 1:17.825
Sorry, quite right - it was late last night and I read a five as a six. Or perhaps I was simply dreaming Absolutely no question that the Orange car is very quick. In the final it was also going quicker than Gav in the first sector so there's a good second or two between the two cars. But I think we all knew that
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Old 26-09-2011, 09:21   #37
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Gav stop being paranoid. The live timing link wasn't working at all and as usual we had no idea what times you were all doing. I genuinely thought you might have done it on that last lap as you were flying. Had a great day and it was the best ta event I had been to yet. Chill out a bit mate. You did well and I was the first to congratulate Plip after your banker. Roll on next year. Should be great.
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Old 26-09-2011, 09:47   #38
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Gotta say a big thanks to Bob for getting us the free tickets and car pass.

Twas a fun weekend, well done teap Plip. You made the championship look easy. Impressive.
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All banter aside, Plip and Gav had a fantastic season.

I couldn't have tried harder to try and keep the orange car running all day just to see what Gareth could manage on those tyres. He said they aren't as bad as people make out.

He thinks a 1 min 13 was possible.

But I guess we will never know

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Just walked through the door home from a wonderful weekend at snetterton

Well done to Andrew, Gav for the wins

Also well done to all the guys taking part it was great catching up with you all again.

I'm off to catch an hours sleep before I head off to work

Hopefully make it along to watch a few rounds next year!

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What an awesome weekend of motorsport.

Feeling it now, not enough sleep and 700 miles of driving take their toll.
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Old 26-09-2011, 10:17   #39
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although it would of been interesting to see what the orange car 'could' of done, it doesn't takes a rocket scientist to see what kind of development has gone into that car. The chassis work/development alone is quite extensive. But this should take nothing away from plips team. Fantastic result, and a great achievement to win a series!

Well done to all involved
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Kenny, put your wooden spoon away You knew full well who posted the quickest lap. It was a shame the orange car failed to finish the whole day but as someone mentioned, to finish 1st, 1st you have to finish. There's no doubt it's a very quick car and with Gareth behind the wheel it was always going to go well. Grow up a bit lad and try not to ruin another thread eh?

For me, yesterday was a great end to a brilliant season. Many thanks to Phil trusting me with his baby and thanks to Nick, Eddie and Jonny from NR for the hard work and support all year. I'll do a season review in the near future.

Thanks for all the congrats on here.
Well done on championship win, its well deserved for all invoved. NR and Plib have produced a blinding car and combined with you peddling ability you fully deserve to take top sot, all credit to you all. Congrats

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As a side note did anyone pick up on the time posted by Rob Huff in the Sumo drift car? In full drift spec having just won the overall drift championship it went out and did a 1.17! With 450bhp!!! It was on stickier tyres than the TA boys but still.

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although it would of been interesting to see what the orange car 'could' of done, it doesn't takes a rocket scientist to see what kind of development has gone into that car. The chassis work/development alone is quite extensive. But this should take nothing away from plips team. Fantastic result, and a great achievement to win a series!

Well done to all involved
I agree, but don't forget that 2 years of that development were based around using R888s.

It had never run road tyres like that and the tyres were brand new at the start of practice.

They didn't adjust any of the coilover settings as they were too busy fixing niggling little breakages.
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As a side note did anyone pick up on the time posted by Rob Huff in the Sumo drift car? In full drift spec having just won the overall drift championship it went out and did a 1.17! With 450bhp!!! It was on stickier tyres than the TA boys but still.
That time was amazing!!

The car was a sub 1 minute car around Tsukuba, in Time Attack form, before it was set up for drifting!
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