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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteballz View Post
    You managed to leave out the best photo. Jackass.

    (on a side note - Was UCP Down for anyone else today?)
    fine..
    yep was down all day for me.
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7YZzEkHv_I]YouTube - superlap mixed[/ame]
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    How far away (and how well protected) are the marshall positioned when you look at the very first part of the tape?
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    you mean in the first 10 seconds? there's a gravel pit and a barrier + small slope between him and the track. i'll upload a vid shortly that shows someone coming off there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    you mean in the first 10 seconds? there's a gravel pit and a barrier + small slope between him and the track. i'll upload a vid shortly that shows someone coming off there.
    OK, from behind they looked quite vulnerable, although the speed was not yet very high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    OK, from behind they looked quite vulnerable, although the speed was not yet very high.
    the speed there is quite high entering that corner, but unfortunately the R magic RX-7 had issues
    here in this vid taken a hundred metres to the left (and further up the track) from the previous vid, with the elise, you can see the same two guys atop the concrete barrier - it's next to the track rather than directly in front like it appears to be in the other video.
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bf690pKMnEo]YouTube - M2U00330.MPG[/ame]
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    perfect...
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    Brad in the matt black RX7 FD lunched a turbo and looks like the engine aswell, he got it dynoed by a mate before superlap and it didnt quite go to plan, looks like he payed the price with 1 dead engine

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    Quote Originally Posted by charged View Post
    Brad in the matt black RX7 FD lunched a turbo and looks like the engine aswell, he got it dynoed by a mate before superlap and it didnt quite go to plan, looks like he payed the price with 1 dead engine
    was a shame to see it missing from the lineup on saturday, was great looking car. got some vids of it haha
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    I suppose it's time for me to contribute to the photography.

    oh dear.
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    Moar! Because, well...
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    ...llew ,esuaceB !raoM
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    Whoa, Three photos that look EXACTLY alike!
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    Now with bonus Chariots of Fail!(TM)
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    Now with bonus "OH SHI-" moment!

    And thats about the extent of my photography. Thankyou to the Manatee and his cruel feminine mistress for putting up with my OCD tendancies and Yoghurt eating ways, and for the Pygmies of Queensland for not putting me in a black pot and eating me.

    The event was well executed with minimal fuss (which in the end kind of made it a little boring, TBH. MOAR FUSS! MOAR CRASH!) but the cars were hot and the racetrack was readily accessible.

    All glory to Sexy Lobster. That is all.
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    Here's the podium for those interested:

    1 Tarzan Yamada CyberEVO Mitsubishi EVO 1:30.5870*
    2 David Empringham Sierra Sierra Mitsubishi EVO 1:31.8840 +0:01.2970
    3 Tarzan Yamada Tomei/Cusco Subaru Impreza WRX 1:31.9010 +0:01.3140

    The fastest laps were quicker than the V8 Supercar's longstanding lap record. Some more info here.

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