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Le Mans 2019

Discussion in 'Motorsport' started by Jonny69, Jun 11, 2019.

  1. KiNgPiN83

    Mobster

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    Or brake dust? Could just have a bigger front braking bias or something. The disks always seem to be the most bright.
     
  2. spook2575

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    Just tuned in. RIP headphones!
     
  3. vanpeebles

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    Does sound good! :) Did anyone see the pit board man do a hello sailor, when the other car brushed his arse nearly :D
     
  4. MagicBoy

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    What the actual **** was the 94 doing there? Actively blocking into the 2nd chicane. Numpty.
     
  5. KiNgPiN83

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    Haha! That was close wasn’t it.
     
  6. spook2575

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    Haha yes so close. Wonder if they practice that
     
  7. KiNgPiN83

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    Conway is a beast.
     
  8. spook2575

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    Yeah, no point asking him to fuel save,
     
  9. Jonny69

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    Yeah it’s lit quite a lot of the way round now. I do really miss the pitch black spectator areas like the forest esses, Tertre Rouge, down near Karting and Maison Blanc. I think I got down to Arnage one year before it was lit, but it was already being developed by that point so it wasn’t the ‘old’ pitch black Arnage corner.
     
  10. RSR

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    It was the car that had the incident with the 88 Porsche.
     
  11. RSR

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    It’s looks like it’s time for the nightshift. :D
     
  12. vanpeebles

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    Night chaps! Enjoy :)
     
  13. RSR

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    Holey Cow. That’s a big crash for the Aston.
     
  14. MagicBoy

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    Hopefully they can get the 97 back out...
     
  15. KiNgPiN83

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    Once the driver gets out is that it for that car?
     
  16. RSR

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    I’d say by the way that car went in and the medical crew are on site, I don’t think car 95 will be back.
     
  17. RSR

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    That’s was a really unusual place to go off though, I’d guess it’s snatched a break, clipped the grass or a failure of some kind.
     
  18. MagicBoy

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    Probably put the left rear wheel on the Astroturf on the outside. Difficult to see in the dark.
     
  19. RSR

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    Another big crash, unfortunately it’s the SMP 3rd place car.
     
  20. Ryan-3

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    Seems to be a mix of small crashes or collisions, then a car (read: LMP1) taking itself out.