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Okay all you bored ACEholes, web-surfing housewives, office-cubicle slaves, midget transvestite eskimos, fish-loving Gila-bendians, and chinese web-hackers! This will be teh last ALMS season, as you well know if you've been following along, so prepare your pointed diatribes and ribald retorts, and join us few hardy Corvette Racing fanatics for a season to remember, ...one would presume.

:Jake: We start, as always, at Sebring. Imagine teh smell of orange blossoms and sweaty Nomex....and...Scene:

ALMS: Audi’s Di Grassi Quickest In Monday Sebring Testing

Lucas di Grassi set the fastest time in the opening day of testing for the 61st Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring...

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Lucas di Grassi set the fastest time in the opening day of testing for the 61st Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring for Audi Sport, a lap of 1:46.262 (126.706 mph) in the No. 2 Audi R18 e-tron quattro hybrid prototype.

The Brazilian, a past Formula One regular and current test driver for Pirelli, is driving in the U.S. for the first time in 19 years when the American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón opens its season Saturday. Di Grassi is paired with Tom Kristensen and Allan McNish, who have a combined 10 overall Sebring victories to their credit – including last year.

Di Grassi’s lap in the second of Monday’s four-hour session at Sebring International Raceway was 0.199 seconds clear of Rebellion Racing’s No. 12 Lola B12/60-Toyota. Its best time of 1:46.461 (126.469 mph) came in the morning portion of testing. Nico Prost, Nick Heidfeld and Neel Jani are in the No. 12 entry.

Muscle Milk Pickett Racing’s Honda Performance Development ARX-03a was third quickest at 1:47.157 (125.647 mph) – set in the afternoon. Klaus Graf, Lucas Luhr and Romain Dumas drive the No. 6 car.

Corvette Racing, looking for its first Sebring victory since 2009, led GT with a 1:59.411 (112.753 mph) for the No. 4 Corvette C6 ZR1 of defending ALMS class champions Tommy Milner and Oliver Gavin, and Richard Westbrook. Aston Martin Racing’s No. 97 Aston Martin Vantage was second at 1:59.969 (112.229 mph); Darren Turner, Stefan Mucke and Bruno Senna share driving duties.

Corvette’s second entry – the No. 3 of Antonio Garcia, Jan Magnussen and Jordan Taylor – was third quickest at 2:00.240 (111.976 mph). All three cars set their best times in the morning session.

In Prototype Challenge presented by Continental Tires, defending race and class champion CORE autosport set the best time of 1:54.030 (118.074 mph). Colin Braun, Jon Bennett and Mark Wilkins co-drive the No. 05 ORECA FLM09.

Like GT, the three fastest times in PC all came in the morning session. RSR Racing’s No. 9 of Bruno Junqueira and Alex Popow was second at 1:54.770 (117.313 mph), followed by the No. 8 BAR1 Motorsports entry of Kyle Marcelli, Chris Cumming and Stefan Johansson at 1:55.315 (116.758 mph).

Defending GT Challenge race and ALMS champion Alex Job Racing was quickest in class Monday at 2:05.297 (107.457 mph) in the No. 22 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup of Cooper MacNeil, Jeroen Bleekemolen and Dion von Moltke. Flying Lizard Motorsports’ two entries next; the No. 44 Porsche of Pierre Ehret, Alexandre Imperatori and Brett Sandberg set a best time of 2:05.813 (107.016 mph), just 0.023 seconds clear of the No. 45 sister car.

Greaves Motorsport was the lone P2 car to post a time. The best lap for the No. 41 Zytek-Nissan of Tom Kimber-Smith, Christian Zugel and Eric Lux was a 1:52.552 (119.655 mph).

There are two one-hour test sessions scheduled for Tuesday – 11:50 a.m. ET and 4:50 p.m. ET.

You can follow live timing and scoring for all sessions and races, as usual, at http://scoring.alms.com/

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NP Marc, I see you approved of Tommy's lid! :thumbs:shifter:

Morning session was damp, nobody tried anything serious, should be clear for the afternoon run though!

Vadered SPEEDS GT preview shpiel...in two parts, to avoid the FORBIDDEN zone.

ALMS: Sebring GT Preview

Despite not being part of the FIA World Endurance Championship this year, the 61st Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring still features a healthy grid of 42 cars that are set to do battle Saturday, in what will be the final American Le Mans Series race at the famed Florida airfield circuit (Live! 10:30 a.m. ET, SPEED).

Roughy half of the field is comprised of cars in the production-based ranks, which sees a competitive-as-ever GT division and a revived GTC category thanks to the arrival of a few high-profile teams. With the lure of being the final Sebring race winner under the ALMS banner, there’s plenty up for grabs this weekend.

SPEED.com takes a team-by-team look at the GT and GTC categories, in the first installment of our extensive race week coverage from Sebring International Raceway.

GT (12 Entries)


Corvette Racing (Corvette C6.R): The defending class champions head in with a bullseye on their backs after being the team to beat in 2012. But despite taking home four class wins alone last year, the Pratt & Miller squad has yet to check off a GT(2) class victory at Sebring.

A near mirror-image to its program 12 months ago, the No. 3 Corvette C6.R sees Jan Magnussen, Antonio Garcia and Jordan Taylor at the helm, with reigning class class champions Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner again reinforced by Richard Westbrook for the season opener.

While no major developments have been made to the car, as much of the focus is now on the next-gen C7.R set to break cover later this year, IMSA has imposed a 15 kg minimum weight increase on the current cars. Despite that, look for the pair of Corvettes to still shine.

Risi Competizione (Ferrari F458 Italia): Making a triumphant return after a one-year hiatus, Giuseppe Risi’s squad is expected to be an instant contender, despite being out of the sport for the last 12 months. It’s brand-new Ferrari F458 Italia showed impressive pace with season-long drivers Olivier Beretta and Matteo Malucelli at the Sebring Winter Test and will be joined by fellow Ferrari ace Gianmaria Bruni for this weekend.

Aero updates to the 2013-spec Prancing Horse should help improve its efficiency, although it didn’t need much help in last year’s FIA WEC, which saw a dominant performance by Bruni and the AF Corse squad. As being the only factory supported Ferrari team in the ALMS, look for Risi to be one of the favorites for the win.

Aston Martin Racing (Aston Martin Vantage V8): The factory Prodrive squad kicks off its 2013 campaign at Sebring, one month prior to the FIA WEC season opener, which will see a four-car assault. This weekend, AMR fields two Vantage V8s, with the No. 97 entry of Darren Turner, Stefan Mucke and Bruno Senna boasting a serious chance of victory.

Turner and Mucke will be looking for redemption, having led last year’s race at Sebring until a wheel came off its Vantage. With a year’s worth of development, capped off with a victory in the WEC Six Hours of Shanghai, AMR can only be taken as a serious threat, even in the ALMS GT ranks.

AMR’s second entry of Paul Dalla Lana, Billy Johnson and Pedro Lamy, will unlikely play a factor but the 2012-spec Vantage will give Dalla Lana a prime opportunity to get acclimated with the car ahead of his planned WEC effort.

BMW Team RLL (BMW Z4 GTE): All eyes will be on the new GT class contender and whether Bobby Rahal and the folks at BMW can turn the Z4 into a race winner the first time out. Typically, there shouldn’t be high hopes placed on a debuting car. But in the case of the Z4, which originates from BMW’s successful GT3 model, the majority of the car already has a proven endurance race pedigree in Europe.

That’s not to say there could be teething issues, but for the two-car factory squad of Dirk Mueller, Joey Hand and John Edwards (No. 56) and Bill Auberlen, Maxime Martin and Joerg Mueller (No. 55), a third consecutive class victory for BMW Team RLL shouldn’t be ruled out just yet.


SRT Motorsports (SRT Viper GTS-R): Set to embark on its first full season of ALMS competition, the factory Vipers have come a long way since their debut at Mid-Ohio last year. Encouraging pace at Petit Le Mans, which saw Dominik Farnbacher lead the race at one point, and continual off-season development has put the Riley Technologies-built machine in good shape for its Sebring debut.

The No. 91 entry of Farnbacher and co-drivers Marc Goossens and Ryan Dalziel holds the best chance of taking the fight to the Corvettes, lead Aston and Risi Ferrari, with Tommy Kendall, Jonathan Bomarito and Kuno Wittmer most likely set to play a supporting role in the No. 93 Viper. A podium is certainly possible, and one couldn’t absolutely rule out a class victory at this stage, either.

Team Falken Tire (Porsche 911 GT3 RSR): With a proven package in the tried and trusted Porsche 911 GT3 RSR, a strong driver lineup in Bryan Sellers, Wolf Henzler and Nick Tandy and the right ingredients, Team Falken Tire could be looking at a podium finish for its effort, which enters its fourth full season campaign. The Derrick Walker-led operation has already visited victory lane on a handful of occasions, but a 12-hour race, given the circumstances, could make it a difficult feat.

Paul Miller Racing (Porsche 911 GT3 RSR): Paul Miller Racing heads in with its best chance ever at Sebring, with an off-season switch to Michelin tires and the arrival of Porsche factory driver Marco Holzer, who joins Bryce Miller for the season. Along with the return of Richard Lietz as the third driver, the second 997-based Porsche in the field could have a fighting chance of a podium finish, if all goes to plan.


Team West-Alex Job Racing (Ferrari F458 Italia): A late addition to the GT ranks this year, effectively replacing the failed Lotus Evora program, the new effort between West Racing, Alex Job Racing and Yokohama is not expected to produce any fireworks, with drivers Townsend Bell, Bill Sweedler and Leh Keen likely aiming to get the Prancing Horse to the finish. Keen is the only driver with past Ferrari experience, having finished on the GT2 class podium at Le Mans in 2010 aboard a Hankook-shod 430.

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Hilariously, this fcuked up forum won't let me post part dos, which was just the GTC preview I vadered. Anyway... :Jake: I foresee the Lizards cleaning house in GTC, after all...they moved DOWN to the minor leagues. The Viper was already quick yesterday, keep an eye on the fast one, #91. I lol'd when I saw the 'menacing' black bimmer too! :lol

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Evening session red flagged. Teh GT results: 1) #97 Aston Martin Racing 2:01.451 2) #93 SRT Motorsports 2:01.808 3) #4 Corvette Racing 2:01.886 4) #3 Corvette Racing 2:02.064 5) #62 Risi Competizione 2:02.346 6) #55 BMW Team RLL 2:02.350 7) #91 SRT Motorsports 2:02.431 8) #23 Team West/AJR Ferrari 2:02.903 9) #17 Team Falken Tire 2:03.220 10) #007 Aston Martin Racing 2:03.594 11) #48 Paul Miller Racing 2:03.954

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I guess teh Aston found it's tune, eh? Seems as if teh Viper found a little something as well. :bang

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Nah, teh top five yesterday were all running two minutes flat. The vettes have today's times covered so....sandbagging? Damp track? No denying teh AMs speed though. It sure helps to get bigger restrictors and LOSE weight!

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Teh vettes didn't get on teh track for today's session, and the Risi 458 turned the quickest time with a 2:01.something. Riveting stuff.

:Jake: Meanwhile, OG got in a C7...

2013 Sebring: ALMS Race - Oliver Gavin: A Busy Lead Into Sebring And The 2013 Season

It’s been a busy few months for Oliver Gavin, Corvette Racing factory driver and current American Le Mans Series GT Driver Champion. There’s been little chance to rest and relax since the end of the 2012 season with testing for the 2013 season, racing at the Daytona 24 Hours, corporate GM duties in Europe and precious family time, but that’s how the tall Briton prefers it.

A special Sebring…

Coming into this last 12 hours of Sebring, in its current form, is a bit like if you’re reading a really good book and you’re on the final chapter. You desperately want to finish it to see what happens, but you don’t want it to end!

The ALMS has been a huge part of my career and fantastic throughout, and Sebring has always been the beginning of the full championship season for most of us. I’ve got lots of fond memories, and it’s a kind of ‘back to school’ feeling with everyone seeing each other again after the winter months. Some years it’s been exceptionally tough, due to the weather, the competition, the circuit itself, or maybe having a new car which isn’t as easy to set up or drive as in other years. Sebring always throws up lots of unusual elements and I’m sure this year won’t disappoint.

GT: let the battles begin…

For Tommy and me, starting the season as current GT Driver Champions is obviously an added bonus but we know that it’s not going to be easy holding on to that title. You can’t take your eye off BMW for a second and, now they are on Michelin rubber like us, I think they are one of our biggest threats. They are phenomenally well engineered, very well experienced with this car and it looks aggressive. In fact, it looks like they’ve moved the goal posts again for the GTE category and we’re now not far from where we were with GT1.

They are going to be tough opposition but so are many others. It’s great that the Risi Ferrari is coming back and they seem to have had a good test at Sebring. The Vipers still have all the waivers from last year and are going to be competitive… and then there’s Aston Martin. Every time I have been in contact with Darren [Turner] recently he’s either just been testing, is away or is about to go away testing again. They are working really hard on every area; they really want to win this year.

Swiss clockwork…

The production version of the new Corvette C7 was launched in Detroit in early January and last week I went to the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland for GM Europe to help launch the convertible version. The company used the occasion to highlight its commercial association with Manchester United Football Club and I drove the car onto the stage in Geneva with Dwight Yorke, a MUFC legend.

The advent of both the production version and its racing sister are very exciting for all at Corvette Racing and a chassis is currently at Pratt & Miller (who develop, build and operate GM’s Corvette racers). I sat in the base chassis at the end of last year looking at pedal and steering positions, how the cockpit will be laid out and so on. It won’t be radically different to the C6.R in its interior layout, although one of the big changes will be a move away from pedals which are mounted from above the foot-well to the more usual floor mounted pedals like other cars. We start testing in the middle of the year and can’t wait to see how it’ll be on the track.

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If only I could watch this race...f'kn SPEED... :banghead Did you see teh alleged name for teh combined series? Unified SportsCar Racing... this was based on a trademark being registered with that name, but there may be others too...

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Teh C7R would look better without all the jagged, broken looking angles, a little more flowing along the lines instead of masking it and making it look loopsided... Bimmer is teh ugly in the side shot, and it will be fun watching tehm drop out due to teh broken stuff. I think teh vipers will be teh monster in teh mirror for CR with Ferrery... Pherraree... Furrawry sneaking there way onto the podium with Aston (in 2nd and 3rd)!

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No. At least you can make it to teh BBQ. I'll be at work, not watching AND not eating.

Today's stupendous events included an Audi (McNish) crashing this morning, they made a coupe version of teh DeltaWingamajig...seriously, and teh other Audi was still fastest this afternoon. In GT, MÜcke was quickest in teh #97 AM this morning, while Bruni in teh Risi 458 took teh top stop for teh afternoon session (vettes in 3rd and 7th). There's another session at 8 pm, and teh sandbagging will soon stop or beatings will commence.

Here's a shot of the Delta upchuck-inducer:

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Damn, that does blow...like a haboob.

This may cheer you a little...What did I tell you about the commencement of teh beatings???


Kristensen gives Audi Thursday sweep at end of Sebring's night practice

Gavin puts Corvette back on top in GT at Sebring International Raceway's opening day with three practice sessions as the teams prepare for qualifying tomorrow for the 12 hour race on Saturday.

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SEBRING, Fla. (March 14, 2013) – For the third time in three Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring Fueled by Fresh From Florida practice sessions on Thursday, Audi Sport Team Joest found its way to the top of the time charts in night practice.

Six-time Sebring overall winner Tom Kristensen took the honors in the darkness, pushing the No. 2 Audi R18 e-tron quattro to a best lap at 1:46.660 (126.233 mph). Kristensen – who shares the ride with four-time Sebring champ Allan McNish and Lucas di Grassi – was 0.026 seconds quicker than teammate Benoit Treluyer in the No. 1 Audi.

Treluyer – who co-drives with Marcel Fassler and Oliver Jarvis – logged a best time of 1:46.686 (126.202 mph). Third overall and in the P1 category was Lucas Luhr in the Honda-powered No. 6 Muscle Milk Pickett Racing HPD ARX-03c. Luhr was slightly more than eight tenths of a second off the lead at 1:47.483 (125.266 mph) in the car he shares with Klaus Graf and Romain Dumas.

The top time in P2 went to Ryan Briscoe in the No. 551 Level 5 Motorsports HPD ARX-03b with a lap of 1:52.138 (120.066 mph). Briscoe’s co-drivers are Marino Franchitti and Scott Tucker, who is also entered to co-drive the team’s No. 552 HPD ARX-03b with IndyCar drivers Ryan Hunter-Reay and Simon Pagenaud. Hunter-Reay owned the second-fastest P2 time of night practice at 1:52.735 (119.431 mph). David Brabham was third in P2 at 1:53.133 (119.010 mph) in the No. 01 HPD ARX-03b for Extreme Speed Motorsports. Brabham’s ESM teammates are Scott Sharp and Guy Cosmo.

A close GT battle saw the top four cars covered by less than half a second, with defending ALMS GT champion Oliver Gavin leading the way in the No. 4 Corvette Racing Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1. Gavin’s best lap was a 2:00.282 (111.937 mph) in the machine he is sharing with Tommy Milner and Richard Westbrook.

Jordan Taylor was second in class in the No. 3 Corvette at 2:00.406 (111.822 mph) he will co-drive on Saturday with Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia. Third in GT went to Olivier Beretta in the No. 62 Risi Competizione Ferrari F458 Italia at 2:00.736 (111.516 mph). Beretta’s co-drivers are Italian countrymen Gianmaria Bruni and Matteo Malucelli.

David Ostella paced the Prototype Challenge presented by Continental Tire with a lap of 1:55.662 (116.408 mph) in the No. 52 PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports ORECA FLM09 he shares with David Cheng and Mike Guasch. Pierre Kaffer was second in PC aboard the No. 81 DragonSpeed Mishumotors entry at 1:56.467 (115.604 mph), followed by Colin Braun in the No. 05 CORE autosport machine at 1:56.656 (115.416 mph). Kaffer’s No. 81 co-drivers are Micro Schultis and Patrick Simon, while Braun is sharing the No. 05 with Jonathan Bennett and Mark Wilkins.

Spencer Pumpelly topped the charts in GT Challenge at 2:06.376 (106.539 mph) in the No. 45 Flying Lizard Motorsports Porsche 911 GT3 Cup he is sharing with Nelson Canache Jr. and Brian Wong. The second-quickest GTC lap went to Andy Lally in the No. 27 Dempsey Del Piero Racing Porsche at 2:06.570 (106.376 mph). Lally’s co-drivers are Patrick Dempsey and Joe Foster. Jeroen Bleekemolen completed the GTC top three at 2:06.721 (106.249 mph) in the No. 22 Alex Job Racing Porsche. Bleekemolen’s co-drivers are Cooper MacNeil and Dion von Moltke.

The next practice session is set for 9:20 a.m. ET on Friday. It will be the final practice session prior to qualifying later in the day at 1:15 p.m. ET.  

:Jake: I wanna know who's got teh GoPro footage....

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Final practice is history, qualifying to come...

ALMS: Fassler Tops Final Sebring Practice

Audi Sport Team Joest heads into qualifying this afternoon in prime position for pole, following a commanding performance in Friday's final practice for the 61st Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring.

Marcel Fassler topped the time charts, turning a best lap of 1:44.315 in his 2012-spec Audi R18 e-tron quattro. The defending FIA World Endurance Champion edged out the Allan McNish-driven No. 1 Audi by 0.353 seconds.

Quickest of the gasoline-powered contingent was the No. 6 Muscle Milk HPD ARX-03c of Romain Dumas, who couldn't come within two seconds of the diesel brigade.

P2 was topped by the No. 41 Greaves Motorsport Zytek Z11SN Nissan of Tom Kimber-Smith, who reeled off a blinding 1:51.521 lap time, to end up sixth overall on the time sheets.

The Level 5 HPD ARX-03b machines wound up second and third in class, led by the No. 551 machine of Ryan Briscoe.

Risi Competizione's Gianmaria Bruni posted the quickest time in GT, with the Ferrari factory driver turning a best lap of 1:59.024 in his Prancing Horse. Bruni outpaced the two Corvette Racing C6.Rs, which were second and third quickest in class.

A late flyer by Pierre Kaffer put the DragonSpeed Mishumotors Oreca FLM09 atop the time charts in PC, while Jeroen Bleekemolen led the way for Alex Job Racing in the GTC ranks.

No major incidents were reported in the 60-minute session.

Qualifying begins at 1:15 p.m. ET.


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Did you happen to see that teh #4 car killed a motor on thurday am, and teh new one is teh one that Olly set thursday nights' P1 with?

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No, but I got this in my email....

Corvette Racing sets sights on 2013 after successful 2012

Corvette Racing won the 2012 GT championship and have pocketed seven class victories at the Twelve Hours of Sebring.

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(SEBRING, Fla., March 15, 2013) -- Corvette Racing, after a very successful 2012, is focused squarely on the present as it heads into 61st Annual Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring at historic Sebring (Fla.) International Raceway this weekend.

Corvette Racing won the 2012 ALMS GT Manufacturer, Team and Driver (Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner) championships in 2012, and has seven class victories at Sebring since 2002.

"Sebring has so much importance and not just from an historic perspective,” said Doug Fehan, Corvette Racing Program Manager. “You have to remember it is the inaugural race of the 2013 ALMS season. Every manufacturer has worked all winter to present their most competitive product to both their fans and their adversaries.

“Along with all this, it is Corvette's 60th Anniversary year and all of the world will be watching. Don't forget, when you are the reigning champions, everyone has you in their sights. This year's 12 Hours of Sebring has the potential to be a monumental battle and all of us at Corvette Racing are fully prepared to defend our crown."

The 2013 Corvette Racing driver line-up remains unchanged. Gavin and Milner will be joined by Richard Westbrook in the No. 4 Compuware Corvette C6.R for this weekend’s endurance race. Antonio Garcia, Jan Magnussen and Jordan Taylor will drive the No. 3 Compuware Corvette C6.R at Sebring. Garcia and Magnussen will handle the driving duties throughout the season, with Taylor joining them for the endurance races.

Corvette Racing has 77 ALMS class victories, including four in 2012, making it the most successful team in American Le Mans Series history.

The 2013 Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring starts at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 16. GT Qualifying is at 1:35 p.m. on Friday.

Corvette Racing - Chevrolet

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Looks like it ended up with: 1)Bruni - Ferrari 458 - 1:58.815 2)Gavin - Corvette - 1:58.934 3)MÜcke - Aston Martin - 1:58.990 4)Lamy - Aston Martin - 1:59.208 5)Garcia - Corvette - 1:59.348 6)Bomarito - SRT Viper - 1:59.430 7)Holzer - Porsche - 1:59.543 8)Martin - BMW - 1:59.736 9)Hand - BMW - 1:59.847 10Farnbacher - SRT Viper - 1:59.898

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Not too far off...Johnny O asked what my predictions were, I said Gavin, Risi and Mucke....I was off by .4

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I got to see Garcia f' it up this morning. Then I took my lunch break at 10:30 and tuned in just in time to see Westbrook pull in while leading to hand off to Gavin. Something was smoking from behing the dash so they stuffed Gavin in and disconnected some of the dash displays. Gavin then stood on it leaving the pits as he had no gear indicator/pit lane governer and he was promptly penalized for speeding on pit lane and had to come back in. At least I got to see them throw it away.... :banghead

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Fcuking pansies, those Ferraris sure are fragile... Amazing run.

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Man, they sure ain't afraind of handing out penalties for almost anything today....they probably don't want a repeat of last years' last minute vehicular assault tactics...

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