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Old 15-08-2015, 12:50   #16
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Yes, needed ctrl+fn+f5 on my laptop lol Worked it out after my second re-boot. Needless to say, Kenny was of no help whatsoever
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Old 15-08-2015, 16:47   #17
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Well that was an eventful day.

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Round 5 Blyton Park - Practice
Round 5 Blyton Park - Competitive

Third place in Class A couldn't be separated between OctaineJunkee and F1-RS. They were tied to 1000th of a second.
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Was the driver of the yellow 8 ok?
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Was the driver of the yellow 8 ok?
Yes he is fine Phil.

There was also another big off, worse than the yellow 7. Both drivers are ok though, which is the main thing
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The gtr roll looked very nasty
Glad both are ok
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Yes he is fine Phil.

There was also another big off, worse than the yellow 7. Both drivers are ok though, which is the main thing
Did you have fun Lawsy? There's an MLR trakday at Croft next Friday if you fancy it.
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Did you have fun Lawsy? There's an MLR trakday at Croft next Friday if you fancy it.
I did Kenny. Did better than I thought tbh, really enjoyed the day

Will is away on holiday mate so not a chance unfortunately. Work is just too busy to get away.
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The pic of the gtr is pretty amazing. track nowhere to be seen he soo far away. I'm glad he's ok.
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The car was moved away from the track for safety as there was some runs still to go .

It was moved into a safe position well away from the track side .
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I did Kenny. Did better than I thought tbh, really enjoyed the day

Will is away on holiday mate so not a chance unfortunately. Work is just too busy to get away.
I would love a passenger ride with you! Can't get over how you can drive a manual; changing gear and steering with your elbow, especially as it's your right arm and be so fast! Total respect, may be next time. I have a lot to learn
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I would love a passenger ride with you! Can't get over how you can drive a manual; changing gear and steering with your elbow, especially as it's your right arm and be so fast! Total respect, may be next time. I have a lot to learn
I need flat shift and full sequential in my life John. Be much easier then.
I tried with my brother shifting in the car for me, but that presented another problem, missed shifts. It's hard to be in time with me on the clutch. So the times balanced out. What I gained back in full control we lost on miss shifts.

Some tracks are harder than others, blyton was much trickier than for instance Spa. But I had great fun, and that's the main thing
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