tkcom wrote:Legends... and rejects galore!
Nick Heidfeld (#30)
Alex Yoong (#24)
Pedro Lamy (#17/18)
Markus Winkelhock (#3)
Tomas Enge (#6)
Jan Magnussen (#90)
Lucas Di Grassi (#69)
Nicola Larini (#1)
Toshio Suzuki (#23)
Did I miss anyone?
Wizzie wrote:He's from a family of used cars salesmen... which might as well be the mafia EurobrunMe wrote:I have no idea why I always think Tony D'Alberto is a mafia member
patrick wrote:Phoenix wrote:Seriously, who thought about racing an Audi A8?
bet it sounds lovely. However, probably handles like a narrowboat
patrick wrote:about 4-5 hours in, seems all the McLarens have been wiped out by accidents. The lead seems to be between the Mercs and the bmw z4s. Pretty action packed so far, punctures and crashes galore
kostas22 wrote:Manthey Porsche is starting to make up ground, up to 5th now. Write them off at your peril, remember in 2008 their car was almost destroyed at the start in a crash, it took ages to fix, and they just drove like stink for the next 23 hours and still won.
And just after I say that, it hits a problem and drops out of the Top 10. Luhr binned it out on the Nordeschlife somewhere.
The #44 Falken Porsche seems to have vanished off the face of the earth?
#19 BMW has transmission failure. Race has been blown wide open!