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Old 01-27-2006, 06:52 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Corse-R
Wrong! And I can assure you that the serious racers and those ones who attend big races, if they don't have their 'favourite' fuel brand, stick to another comparable or asks for components for blending their own mixtures (saw those on the last EC of 1/8 that were done in my local track, where Andrea Rossi - the one from Sirio, asked for Nitro, Methanol and oils for custom blend their own fuel - and weren't the unique that done this).
To let you know this is very true, not all top drivers have the money let alone the time to mix their own or request their ingriedients. Im sure Rossi has the pull over most others to achieve what he wants. It takes hydrometers to mix fuel wich cost money and other tools, he sure didnt ship what he wanted. so their for he had to adapt, just like I said.

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