Ifmar World Champion

Old 05-30-2002, 06:30 PM
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hobby_boy. I like your Logic.

I plan to let mine kid drinking DUMEX Milk up to 3 year old, "grow like a champion".
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Old 05-30-2002, 07:34 PM
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Originally posted by hobby_boy


OK, so the sanyo aircon I have at home is also a world champion too because sanyo 3000 cells were used on surikan car !!!

huh, don't get you. i'm just happy that tamiya had a world champion, and i'm happy i got my kits from them! i didn't say that what i bought was world champion. unlike your analogy about aircons, i never claimed any of my stuff was world champion. come on, how can my tamiya hornet or madcap be champion!!!
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Old 05-30-2002, 07:54 PM
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Suri didn't won the world championship solely because of the equipment. Yes, good equipment is a must. By today's standards in design and manufacture, most cars are of a similar or near equivalent standard, except a few.

What makes the difference between Suri, Masami & the other top contenders, is their psychological state of mind at the championship. In this instance, this time around, Suri won.

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Old 05-30-2002, 09:11 PM
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Interview with Barry Baker

http://www.wildhobbies.com/news/defa...&articleid=632

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Practice, practice, practice. For the recent World's in South Africa, the great guys at Hot Rod Hobbies would open the track for me during the weekday. The track conditions there were what we expected the conditions in South Africa to be with track temperatures often reaching over 130 degrees. All that preparation worked well for the recent Reedy Race as well.

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Some drivers get too caught up in the hype. The key to winning is simply to practice.
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Old 06-01-2002, 08:10 PM
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practise practise and more practise...tat's wat makes a champion...

does tat refer to the art of "eating snake"???...
hehee...
not 2 mention kool nerves and thinking also...
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