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Comment on PHOTOS: Sebring Test Gallery by Marc

Comment on PHOTOS: Sebring Test Gallery by Marc

26/02/2017, USA, Motorsport - Road Racing, Sportscar 365, Article # 21413599

The photo head on of the JDC Oreca… is that tape holding the windshield wiper in place? Perhaps bumps moving it around too much! ha…



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Comment on Taylor Ends Sebring Test On Top by N8

Comment on Taylor Ends Sebring Test On Top by N8

26/02/2017, USA, Motorsport - Road Racing, Sportscar 365, Article # 21413600

If the global P2 teams with WAY less testing and experience got within a second of the Caddies, I think DPi balance has been achieved.

Mazda needs to be really concerned that they can’t reach the performance baseline AND keep the engine together for a race distance.



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Comment on Montoya: “Time Will Tell” On Sports Car Future by Ken

Comment on Montoya: “Time Will Tell” On Sports Car Future by Ken

26/02/2017, USA, Motorsport - Road Racing, Sportscar 365, Article # 21412773

Montoya wasn’t there to interview for a job he was as a invite from his friends and just allowing him to drive the number one Ferrari says it all don’t for get he is a three time Sport car winner in what is arguably one of the hardest races to win!!!!



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Comment on Sebring Thursday Notebook by Luna

Comment on Sebring Thursday Notebook by Luna

26/02/2017, USA, Motorsport - Road Racing, Sportscar 365, Article # 21412473

No. Not really. A sportcars fan with a long career in professional golf business.



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Comment on Sebring Friday Notebook by Luna

Comment on Sebring Friday Notebook by Luna

25/02/2017, USA, Motorsport - Road Racing, Sportscar 365, Article # 21411873
Comment on Ford Planning Three-Car Effort for 12H Sebring by TurdFerguson

Comment on Ford Planning Three-Car Effort for 12H Sebring by TurdFerguson

25/02/2017, USA, Motorsport - Road Racing, Sportscar 365, Article # 21411874

The current Porsche GTLM car is a mid-engine 911. Definitely not available for purchase, but I’ve yet to see one post saying they need to be in the prototype class.



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Comment on Ford Planning Three-Car Effort for 12H Sebring by Tonie

Comment on Ford Planning Three-Car Effort for 12H Sebring by Tonie

25/02/2017, USA, Motorsport - Road Racing, Sportscar 365, Article # 21411875

Wow, how wrong can you be. I would like to cite Paul Truswell in this case: “What was particularly galling was that the ACO admitted that Ford had been hiding the true potential of their car from the scrutineers; an offence that went unpunished (…).”

You might argue that the FIA/ACO was caught napping, but the OEM needs to cooperate to a have a good BoP that will result in proper close competition (and a nice event). I can’t help but think that Ford is not interested in that.

Yes, the more cars the better, but I wish they would save this money and make a really long term commitment. BMW is coming with a proper GTE car next year, I believe McLaren is also working on a GTE project, but sometimes I am a little worried that Ford is pushing away others because they do not want to invest a similar budget, so let’s see how things stand after three years from now



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Comment on Montoya: “Time Will Tell” On Sports Car Future by Georg

Comment on Montoya: “Time Will Tell” On Sports Car Future by Georg

25/02/2017, USA, Motorsport - Road Racing, Sportscar 365, Article # 21410636

3 seconds. That’s more than an eternity in any circuit racing, let alone GTLM.

I can’t think of any AM who is not within 3 seconds.

Montoya obviously needs more seat time and only then we’ll know what he can do in a GT car but any decent driver should get within 1 second, quite quickly I might add, before it’s worth discussing performance.



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Comment on Sebring Friday Notebook by Princesses

Comment on Sebring Friday Notebook by Princesses

25/02/2017, USA, Motorsport - Road Racing, Sportscar 365, Article # 21408967
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