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Old 04-29-2004, 04:26 AM   #16
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@Julius: sure there are places left, it's still 2 month to the race and we're far from full...
And of course we're happy to welcome a strong dutch team there...
Good I'll see what I can arrange!
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Old 06-29-2004, 01:09 AM   #17
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The first LRP Nitro-TCM in Luxemburg is over!

It was a great event and everyone seemed to have a really good time at the race. Also the "Reedy Race" format we ran in Invitational with 8 rounds (6 to count), 10min heats, heads up start and changing heats worked great. It was a lot of excitment to watch...

Attached you find the final results.
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Old 06-29-2004, 01:52 AM   #18
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The first LRP Nitro-TCM in Luxemburg is over!
burito, any pictures to post?
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Old 06-29-2004, 02:55 AM   #19
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Here are some pictures: Top 3 Podium
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Here are some pictures: Track Left Side
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Here are some pictures: Track Left Side
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Here are some pictures: Track right side

You can see the "corkscrew" chicane which was a real killer on the right! Very difficult to drive entering the chicane in 2nd gear... like 1.5m elevation difference (5 feet!) in this section!
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Old 06-29-2004, 02:59 AM   #23
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Here are some pictures: Michael Salven's 710
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Here are some pictures: Dirk Stammler's NTC3
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Here are some pictures: Track right side

You can see the "corkscrew" chicane which was a real killer on the right! Very difficult to drive entering the chicane in 2nd gear... like 1.5m elevation difference (5 feet!) in this section!
Interesting. Is the track driven clockwise or counterclockwise?
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Counterclockwise.

I'd say 99% in Europe are run this way. There are some tracks which go clockwise in England, but that's not really Europe anyway...
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There are some tracks which go clockwise in England, but that's not really Europe anyway...
Thanks for the pics burito.
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Here are some pictures: Michael Salven's 710
D, I can sell you my new X-Ray photoshop filter, so you can see exactly what Michael has built into his car and engine
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Counterclockwise.

I'd say 99% in Europe are run this way. There are some tracks which go clockwise in England, but that's not really Europe anyway...
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D, I can sell you my new X-Ray photoshop filter, so you can see exactly what Michael has built into his car and engine
Not needed. The RING remember?
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