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Old 08-04-2006, 04:44 AM   #31
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I wouldn't be suprised if they were using the proto AE car, Drescher was at the recent BRCA round

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Old 08-04-2006, 08:48 AM   #34
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Thanks for the correction. I wasn't sure...

Heat 1:
1. Steven Weiß
2. Tommi Torekka
3. Olly Jeffries
4. Mario Rigert
5. Daniel Sieber
6. Bernhard Bopp
7. Kevin Brunsden
8. Ben Cosgrove
9. Frederico Salla
10. Gerome Carpentier

Group 15 didn't run and aren't counted. At the moment heat 2 is running.

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Old 08-04-2006, 10:08 AM   #35
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What a waste of time and money for all participants..... rain every year, is it possibile euros cant be organised indoors if weather up north is always crappy, or go down to Spain or south of Italy or Sicily you will surely find lovely weather, and what about south of France, all possibile solutions.

I know somebody will answer, 'but none of these countries submitted an application' well it should be Efra's job to find the right location and not compromise such a high level competition due to weather, I am sure many clubs in the mentioned countries will be interested.


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Where will the euro's be held next year?
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Mont Brison - France
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Where are you guys getting the info from, the site that was poster earlier;

http://www.rc-racecars.de

Seems to only have results for yesterday.

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Hi,

I'm talking with a guy at the track after every heat to give you information about what's going on.

Heat 2:
1. Pumpler
2. Steven Weiß
3. Cosgrove
4. Wischnewski
5. Carpentier
6. Rigert
7. Olly Jeffries
8. Bopp
9. Püpke
10. Brunsden

Sakke Ahoniemi's car went up in smoke. Not because of rain but because of heat (track was dry).
Marc hit the curbs a few times and wasn't able to be fast enough.
Here is the result of group 15:
1. Moore
2. Leino
3. Völker
4. Groskamp
5. Ahoniemi
6. Kaerup
7. Wilck
8. Hönigl
9. Rheinard
10. Spashett

They have only one heat so far, so all of them are quite at the end of the ranking.
Spashett isn't there anymore according to my info.
Fastest lap by Andy Moore with 13.982. He was 7 seconds faster then anyone else.

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... result from day 2 are online now: www.rc-racecars.de
also more than 120 new pictures - shit, i forgot my raceboat, maybe i bring tomorrow to the track
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What a waste of time and money for all participants..... rain every year, is it possibile euros cant be organised indoors if weather up north is always crappy, or go down to Spain or south of Italy or Sicily you will surely find lovely weather, and what about south of France, all possibile solutions.

I know somebody will answer, 'but none of these countries submitted an application' well it should be Efra's job to find the right location and not compromise such a high level competition due to weather, I am sure many clubs in the mentioned countries will be interested.


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Wrong, Spain did apply to host the 2006 Touring Car EC and were disappointed not to get it.
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What a waste of time and money for all participants..... rain every year, is it possibile euros cant be organised indoors if weather up north is always crappy, or go down to Spain or south of Italy or Sicily you will surely find lovely weather, and what about south of France, all possibile solutions.

I know somebody will answer, 'but none of these countries submitted an application' well it should be Efra's job to find the right location and not compromise such a high level competition due to weather, I am sure many clubs in the mentioned countries will be interested.


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I said the same exact thing on this forum last year and I was attacked with all kind of replies such as the one you mentioned, about southern countries not applying for the Euros..

Well with the weather history that Euros have, only sponsored and pro drivers will start to show up, unless someone realises that the racing conditions have to be taken into account when they announce the location of the Euros.

Let's hope Saturday and Sunday are dry.. the current World Champ is on a roll!!
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Well if Spain did subit to host the 2006 Euros it seems there are many politics involved on who should host the Euros..... shame on you EFRA even a dweeb would have known better. Lets race in the rain ...... wow what fun !!
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Another solution would be for the host to have an indoor track. Even if the track might be small, the fun would still be there!! Isn't why we race, fun?

We must acknoledge, though, the fact that the best drivers, and european market is more on those countries. So makes it understantable why those countries are more in favor

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Well if Spain did subit to host the 2006 Euros it seems there are many politics involved on who should host the Euros..... shame on you EFRA even a dweeb would have known better. Lets race in the rain ...... wow what fun !!
No politics, just preconceptions and stereotypes about Nationalities and their ability to run events.

And a couple of them who voted for Germany are gettting wet at the moment
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