dumrick wrote:Another thing: can someone confirm if the #81 Jaguar RSR is really the first Indian vehicle to compete in Le Mans?
dumrick wrote:The second is a video ... of the inboard cam from Blundell's Nissan R90CK in his famous 1990 qualifying lap, where he ignored the engineers asking him to turn the engine down and made pole with boost enough for reported 1100bhp. It was a lot wilder like that
dumrick wrote:It seems the #82 Risi Competizione failed tech inspection and could be demoted from its GT2 pole.
The #83 Risi Competizione LM GT2 Ferrari F 430 GT driven by Tracy Krohn, Niclas Jönsson and Eric van de Poele set a potential LM GT2 pole time, only to have it cancelled last night when an ACO official discovered a minor irregularity with the car's rear wing during a routine check. This will mean that they start the race from the back of the grid.
The team are obviously disappointed with their own mistake, but they are still confident, and with good reason. They have won each of six major sportscar races in which it has competed since June 2008.
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