(8.07) Practice V8’s: Parts, Tone, Fred – collision on.

(8.32) V8 SUPERCARS  TROPHY CHALLENGE – 7 laps, collision off.
Adelaide: F 1.10.76 (3:09.34) T 1.10.76 (3:09.39) Neck & Neck! R P
Pukekhoe: T F (-.02) 45.54 P R
Barbagallo: T 41.34 F (outwitted) P R
Eastern Creek: T F 1:08.22 R P
Shanghi: F 1:41.39 T P R
(9.12 – break)
Hidden Valley: F R T 50.92 (Last corner misshap) P
Queensland Raceway: F 53.08 T R P
Oran Park: F T 49.92 R P
Sandown: T 55.52 (+ 6 secs!!) P F R
Bathurst: T (King of the Mountain!) F 1:42.25 R P
Paradise: T 1:26.34 P F R
Symonds Plains: T F 49.?? R P
Phillip Island F R 1:11.01 (close to F) T 1:11.00 P
RESULT: T 2448 F 2442 R 2322 P 2304
Tone breaks Fred’s 3 week winning streak.

ULTIMA CAN AM TOUR – qualifying
Spa GP: F 1:55.51 T (led entire race, slippy last corner) P R
Laguna Seca GP: F 1:06.32 T P R
Brands Hatch GP: F 1:05.95 (from behind after run off) T P R
Nurburg Ring Short: T 1:10.08 R 1:10.16 (close) F P

 (10.58) FORMULA J 1000
Hockenheim Short: F 52.15 T (-.01) R P
Snetterton: T 56.95 (knocked F off track wth Coll off!) F R P
Castlecomb: F T 54.78 R P (pursing his lips)
Oulton Park Forsters: F 48.41 R T P (admiring the scenery)
Nurburg Ring short: T 1:14.19 P (-.03) R F
Beharain: R 56.07 (streaked ahead!) T F P
CONGRATULATIONS PARTS!!!! Presumably P also got the fastest laptime.
He must have been ON FIRE after his EXTRA HOT pizza!!!

Donnington Park: T P F 56.43 (last lap)R
Silverstone: F 31.15 R P T (dismal!)
Mondello Int: F 1:18.13 P R T (pathetically dismal -7sec)
Silverstone: F P 58.63 T R
RESULT: F 116 T 108 P95 R89

(12.06) 4WD TRACK CHALLENGE ClassA – 4 laps
Motopark Ocshershleben: R F P 1:20.15 T
Eastern Creek: P 1:19.87 R F T
Silverstone Int: P 1:12.06 F R T
Norrisring City: F 47.92 P T R
Hockenheim Nat: P 1:14.53 F T R
RESULT: Parts, I say Parts won a round!!! Congratulations Private!

But, we’ll have to award the support spoils to Fred. I expect a better effort next time!

Due to preparations for time travel, our next scheduled meet will unfortunately be posponed until at least September 28,
but is more likely to resume October 5 so that we re-sync with Canon’s work commitments.

 Geeezz that sounds a long way off!!! I’ll have to sweeten up the CO and see if we can perhaps get 2 in a row to make up!

Meantime: Love and Peace Man !!! We’re jumping on the 60’s love bus to oblivion.
It’s my partay, and I’ll cry .. if I want to. Just don’t spill the milk!


5 responses to “070907 MISSION DEBRIEFING

  1. im thinking if a cop pulls me over on the way up, dressed like I will be dressed, im likely to spend a night behind bars lol 


  2. I’m guessing here, but it sounds like RawT may be keeping with the racing theme … and comming in 60’s drag!! 


  3.  well done tone about time u got your act together !
    some very fast lap times were achived by all !
    sounds like raw is dressing as a drag queen (he might get u know)
    ummm well
    fred off C/YA


  4. I guess the recent tragic death of rally legend Collin McRae shouldn’t go unmentioned.From colinmcrae.com ….
    Regarding yesterday’s helicopter crash at Jerviswood, Lanark, it has now been confirmed that there were four people, two adults and two young children on board.Although a post mortem has still to take place, the four involved are believed to be:Mr Colin McRae (39) of Jerviswood House and his son Johnny Gavin McRae, aged 5.Ben Porcelli (6), of Cleghorn Road, Lanark, who had been over playing with Johnny, and family friend Graeme Duncan (37), of L’Ile Degaillot, Faycelles, France.Chief Superintendent Tim Love, Divisional Commander, South Lanarkshire Division, said today:“We believe that the group were just returning from a visit to the nearby village of Quarter around 1605 hours yesterday, when it appears that the helicopter got into difficulty and crashed within the grounds of Mr McRae’s family home.“Our officers are working closely with the Air Accident Investigation Team who are presently at the scene.“Family Liaison Officers have been appointed and are with the families to help them through this distressing and difficult time.”Please note that the families involved are not available for interview and media are asked to respect their privacy at this time.
    Speaking on behalf of the whole family, Colin’s father, Jim McRae, said today: “It is with much sadness and regret that we have to make this statement. It is unbelievable that Colin and Johnny’s lives have been taken so prematurely and in such a tragic manner. Colin was a great son, a loving husband to Alison and a fantastic father to Johnny and his big sister Hollie. Johnny was a great wee guy, spending every spare minute with his dad, and even at this early stage it looked like he had the potential to carry on the family dynasty. Our thoughts are also very much with the families of Ben Porcelli and Graeme Duncan. Ben was a great buddy of Johnny’s and they had always spent a lot of time together both in and out of school. Graeme, who now resides in France, had been a close friend of Colin’s since their schooldays and was back in Lanark on holiday. We are thankful for the overwhelming number of messages of support we have received from all around the world. Colin was very much an inspiration and role model to motorsport fans the world over. As you can imagine this is a very difficult time for the family and we would ask that our privacy be respected and we be allowed to grieve in private.”


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