Ed Kevin wrote:Well I'd be lying if I were to say that we, as a team, were satisfied with that weekend. From the start we were never really satisfied with set-up, and further to that neither Samuel nor Jacques had sufficient running in pre-season, so both spent their races still getting to grips with the car, not to mention their new team. Nevertheless we are all still motivated to press on to the next race in Brazil where hopefully we'll be able to produce a more competitive showing for our fans.
Finally, I hope it doesn't need to be said that ye're all invited to drop in to our motorhome later - whenever suits you - for the traditional Jourdainn party. 'The place to be, to be seen' as Edmund always said.
Samuel Kingston wrote:Well I'm here on both my behalf as well as Jacques', as he evidently wasn't able to make it. First of all I have to say that I love this team - the car has the potential to be fantastic, we just need to hook some things together, and Jourdainn are always known for development through the season. So hopefully we'll see that trait again and we'll be able to post some good results in the Grand Prix later on in the season, and at the very least be competitive in the Grand Nationals. I think that'll be our goal for Brazil - to qualify for the Grand Prix. I am here for the long-haul and have the patience to wait for the team to develop again.
Hope to see you all at the party.
Jacques Laurent wrote:WIGGLE WIGGLE WIGGLE WIGGLE WIGGLE YEAH!
Thomas De Bock wrote:Bathplug.
AussieGrit wrote:At a VIP dinner last night an American woman asked me"where are you from?" I said Australia, she said "wow your English is amazing"
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