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PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2008 6:01 pm    Post subject: Supercup 08, Race 7 # Silverstone, GB - Sean Edwards WINS !
Event: Fri Jul 06, 2007 10:45 am
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Schedule Silverstone

Friday 04.07.2008 17.00 - 17.45 local time Free practice
Saturday 05.07.2008 11.25 - 12.10 local time Qualifying
Sunday 06.07.2008 10.35 - 11.20 local time Race



TV broadcasts - Silverstone 06.07.2008

Day Date Station Show Time Content Duration Period
Sun. 06.07 Premiere Porsche Supercup 00:00 Uhr 7. Rennen live 50:00 min 11.40 - 12.30
Sun. 06.07 Eurosport Porsche Supercup 00:00 Uhr 7. Rennen live 45:00 min 11.45 - 12.30
Sun. 06.07 Eurosport Motorsports Week 00:00 Uhr Highlights 05:00 min 20.45 - 21.00
Sun. 06.07 Motors TV N.N. 00:00 Uhr Highlights 10:00 min N.N.

Race Live British Eurosport 1045am Sunday


Details Silverstone

Siverstone Circuit

Silverstone is regarded as the "Home of British engine Racing". After the Second World War the Englishmen rebuilt the former airfield of the Royal Air Force to a working racetrack on which today's Formula 1 debuted with its very first race on May 13th, 1950.

A number of quick passages which require a certain amount of courage from the drivers are characteristically for the 5.141 kilometres long Grand Prix Circuit. Since the tyres are used particularly hard on this track, the setup of the car is of a special significance. The Porsche Supercup is a inherent part of the English Grand Prix since 1994.

Winners on this track

Year - Pole Position - Pole-Time - Winner - Fastest Lap Time
2007 N. Armindo (FRA) 1:51.692 N. Armindo (FRA) S. Rosina (SLO) 1:54.275
2006 U. Alzen (GER) 1:51.837 U. Alzen (GER) U. Alzen (GER) 1:53.739
2005 A. Zampedri (ITA) 1:51.899 P. Hiusman (NEL) P. Huisman (NEL) 1:55.036
2004 W. Henzler (GER) 1:54.152 W. Henzler (GER) W. Henzler (GER) 1:56.234
2003 P. Huisman (NEL) 1:55.548 F. Stippler (GER) F. Stippler (GER) 1:56.910
2002 S. Ortelli (ITA) 1:57.164 W. Henzler (GER) W. Henzler (GER) 1:57.420
2001 J. Bergmeister (GER) 1:56.455 J. Bergmeister (GER) T. Bernhard (GER) 1:57.155
2000 B. Mayländer (GER) 2:00.465 P. Huisman (NEL) S. Ortelli (ITA) 1:58.691
1999 R. Kelleners (GER) 1:57.824 S. Ortelli (ITA) S. Ortelli (ITA) 1:58.560
1998 P. Huisman (NEL) 1:57.727 P. Huisman (NEL) P. Huisman (NEL) 2.12.632
1997 J.P. Malcher (FRA) 2:00.041 P. Huisman (NEL) D. Dupuy (FRA) 2:01.490
1996 E. Collard (FRA) 2:00.232 E. Collard (FRA) E. Collard (FRA) 2:00.812
1995 J.P. Malcher (FRA) 2:02.555 E. Collard (FRA) E. Collard (FRA) 2:03.207
1994 M. Hezemans (NEL) 2:03.225 K. Burt (GBR) F. Giroix (FRA) 2:03.399
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2008 6:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Jan Seyffarth at Silverstone


Silverstone is a very beautiful, completely flat and fast track which is quite a trial of courage. Nevertheless, it also has some slow and technically demanding passages. I personally like this track on which one have to find the right compromise between the fast and slow parts when doing the setup for the car. In silverston the suspension set-up is hard, which means that the tyre wear is heavy during the race. Those drivers who are fast at the opening stage of the race often loos positions at the end.

Turn 1
In this fourth gear curve it is necessary to carry the speed onto the following straight. While doing that you have to take care, not driving to close at the inside, because you could end up at the barriers.

Turn 2
In order to have to shift down and being on the breaks optimally, you drive on a straight line into this corner. The following right-hand fourth gear bend is done very fast. Since the curb is very flat, it can be included into the line. To have a good approach to the following left-hander it is necessary, not being too far on the outside at the exit.

Turn 3
A combination of barely using the brakes and shifting down one gear is done turn 2 and turn 3. At this point it is necessary again to keep your car quite on the left side, in order to have a good approach to the following right-hander.

Turn 4
Since it is followed by a long straight, this is the most important curve of the whole passage. Driving in third gear the brakes are used briefly. Then you have to be early on the throttle, to maintain a good speed for the following straight.

Turn 5
After the long straight you are hard on the breaks while shifting down from sixth to third gear. You brake far into the corner and since the curve opens at the exit you step on the throttle early again.

Turn 6
That is the slowest part of the track and it is done in second gear. In Order to prevent the car from being unstable and having a good entrance for the next curve, it is important to make not to much use of the curbs. The goal is to drive in a smooth way to carry on the momentum out of the following corner. It's a good place for overtaking.

Turn 7
Being on the throttle as early as possible is the goal at this point. Driving through the curve you already shift up to fourth gear. Since the curve closes on the exit, you should not drive to far at the outside of it.

Turn 8
This is a left-right combination which offers a good opportunity to overtake. In both corners the very flat curbs are included in the driving-line. The left-hander is driven more carefully in order to step early on the throttle and to carry the momentum further to the next part and being in a good position for the next corner.

Turn 9
A right-hander, which is done in forth gear almost flat! Just lifting the right foot for a short moment while going to the outside of the curb and then immediately right again is the best way for this point of the track. The difficult thing - on this uphill passage you can't see the exit of the corner. Obviously it's the most beautiful part for a driver on this track - really challenging!

Turn 10
A short step on the brake, shifting down to third gear and full on the throttle again will be ok for this curve, which opens at the exit.

Turn 11
A very slow part, you have to drive on the very left side at the exit.

Turn 12
Carrying the most possible onto the following straight is the goal here. That means being short on the brakes and early on the throttle again. You have to be careful here, because the car tends to over steer at the exit.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2008 6:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good luck to Sean Edwards at his home race Smile
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Guest Drivers from the PGB Carrera Cup championship with Tim Harvey, Sam Hancock and James Sutton.

Guest Cars are secretly claimed to have an extra 20bhp !

Results 1. free practice Silverstone 04.07.2008

Pos. Car no. Driver / Team Training time Gap
1 26 BEL Saelens, David IRWIN Racing 1:52.450 + 0:00.000
2 10 NED Bleekemolen, Jeroen Jetstream Motorsport 1:52.613 + 0:00.163
3 20 IRL Faulkner, Damien SAS-Lechner Racing 1:52.892 + 0:00.442
4 16 HKG O'Young, Darryl Schnabl Engineering 1:53.300 + 0:00.850
5 21 GBR Watts, Danny SAS-Lechner Racing 1:53.336 + 0:00.886
6 25 NED van Lagen, Jaap DAMAC Kadach Racing 1:53.406 + 0:00.956
7 2 SVK Rosina, Stefan Lechner Racing Bahrain 1:53.470 + 0:01.020
8 29 GER Holzer, Marco UPS Porsche Junior Team 1:53.585 + 0:01.135
9 23 GER Seyffarth, Jan Konrad Motorsport 1:53.587 + 0:01.137
10 27 NED Huisman, Patrick IRWIN Racing 1:53.613 + 0:01.163
11 28 AUT Ragginger, Martin UPS Porsche Junior Team 1:53.674 + 0:01.224
12 3 FRA Armindo, Nicolas tolimit 1:53.758 + 0:01.308
13 1 ITA Zampedri, Alessandro Lechner Racing Bahrain 1:53.804 + 0:01.354
14 22 GBR Edwards, Sean Konrad Motorsport 1:53.822 + 0:01.372
15 17 CZE Janak, Jiri Schnabl Engineering 1:53.835 + 0:01.385
16 15 AUT Siedler, Norbert VELTINS MRS Racing 1:53.854 + 0:01.404
17 24 GER Mamerow, Chris DAMAC Kadach Racing 1:53.933 + 0:01.483
18 11 POR Petiz, Pedro Racing Team Jetstream 1:54.026 + 0:01.576
19 12 GBR Pickford, James Racing Team Jetstream 1:54.060 + 0:01.610
20 14 GBR Sutton, James VELTINS MRS Racing 1:54.306 + 0:01.856
21 4 SWE Mangs, Jocke tolimit 1:54.332 + 0:01.882
22 5 SUI Benz, Marc SPS automotive-performance 1:54.419 + 0:01.969
23 32 GBR Harvey, Tim Porsche Cars Great Britain 1:54.537 + 0:02.087
24 7 NED Bleekemolen, Sebastiaan Bleekemolen Race Planet 1:54.620 + 0:02.170
25 9 ESP Guerrero, Lucas Jetstream Motorsport 1:54.637 + 0:02.187
26 31 GBR Hancock, Sam Porsche Cars Great Britain 1:54.668 + 0:02.218
27 19 NED van Splunteren, Paul HSF Porsche Eindhoven 1:55.296 + 0:02.846
28 8 NED Buijs, Tim Bleekemolen Race Planet 1:55.789 + 0:03.339
29 18 NED Frederiks, Simon HSF Porsche Eindhoven 1:56.734 + 0:04.284
30 6 LIT Dagilis, Nemunas SPS automotive-performance 1:59.422 + 0:06.972
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Qualifying Quotes

Position 3, David Saelens, IRWIN Racing

Position 6, Damien Faulkner, SAS-Lechner Racing

Position 9, Sean Edwards, Konrad Motorsport

Position 12, Danny Watts, SAS-Lechner Racing



Results qualifying Silverstone 05.07.2008

Pos. Car no. Driver / Team Qualifying time Gap

1 10 NED Bleekemolen, Jeroen Jetstream Motorsport 1:51.455 + 0:00.000
2 23 GER Seyffarth, Jan Konrad Motorsport 1:51.614 + 0:00.159
3 26 BEL Saelens, David IRWIN Racing 1:52.005 + 0:00.550
4 2 SVK Rosina, Stefan Lechner Racing Bahrain 1:52.145 + 0:00.690
5 25 NED van Lagen, Jaap DAMAC Kadach Racing 1:52.149 + 0:00.694
6 20 IRL Faulkner, Damien SAS-Lechner Racing 1:52.168 + 0:00.713
7 28 AUT Ragginger, Martin UPS Porsche Junior Team 1:52.344 + 0:00.889
8 17 CZE Janak, Jiri Schnabl Engineering 1:52.516 + 0:01.061
9 22 GBR Edwards, Sean Konrad Motorsport 1:52.525 + 0:01.070
10 27 NED Huisman, Patrick IRWIN Racing 1:52.537 + 0:01.082
11 24 GER Mamerow, Chris DAMAC Kadach Racing 1:52.633 + 0:01.178
12 21 GBR Watts, Danny SAS-Lechner Racing 1:52.746 + 0:01.291
13 3 FRA Armindo, Nicolas tolimit 1:53.010 + 0:01.555
14 7 NED Bleekemolen, Sebastiaan Bleekemolen Race Planet 1:53.013 + 0:01.558
15 29 GER Holzer, Marco UPS Porsche Junior Team 1:53.055 + 0:01.600
16 12 GBR Pickford, James Racing Team Jetstream 1:53.087 + 0:01.632
17 9 ESP Guerrero, Lucas Jetstream Motorsport 1:53.166 + 0:01.711
18 15 AUT Siedler, Norbert VELTINS MRS Racing 1:53.242 + 0:01.787
19 14 GBR Sutton, James VELTINS MRS Racing 1:53.282 + 0:01.827
20 11 POR Petiz, Pedro Racing Team Jetstream 1:53.284 + 0:01.829
21 16 HKG O'Young, Darryl Schnabl Engineering 1:53.455 + 0:02.000
22 1 ITA Zampedri, Alessandro Lechner Racing Bahrain 1:53.484 + 0:02.029
23 31 GBR Hancock, Sam Porsche Cars Great Britain 1:53.514 + 0:02.059
24 32 GBR Harvey, Tim Porsche Cars Great Britain 1:53.522 + 0:02.067
25 8 NED Buijs, Tim Bleekemolen Race Planet 1:53.633 + 0:02.178
26 19 NED van Splunteren, Paul HSF Porsche Eindhoven 1:53.858 + 0:02.403
27 4 SWE Mangs, Jocke tolimit 1:53.887 + 0:02.432
28 5 SUI Benz, Marc SPS automotive-performance 1:54.084 + 0:02.629
29 18 NED Frederiks, Simon HSF Porsche Eindhoven 1:56.056 + 0:04.601
30 6 LIT Dagilis, Nemunas SPS automotive-performance 1:57.399 + 0:05.944
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Seven drivers in the grid in the field of the 6th round for the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup at the British GP in Silverstone are having a home race. With hopes, expectations but also a proper portion of respect these local hero are approaching the task to compete against Europe’s best makes cup specialists.

Normally Supercup racing is only represented by only three drivers from Great Britain: Damien Faulkner and Danny Watts, both driving SAS-Lechner Racing, are ranking fifth and eighth in the championship, and compatriot Sean Edward, driving for Konrad Motorsport, who ranks on 13th position. While his driver colleagues Faulkner and Edwards already managed podium finishes, Danny Watts missed this goal so far. “"However, I believe that I am quite close to it. Just give me some time, maybe until the end of this weekend. We are already knocking at the door of the podium”, the man from Buckingham is convinced.

At once a whole handful of guest starters are using the opportunity of the race in Silverstone to present themselves in front of a local audience. Porsche Cars of Great Britain entered two vehicles for the representatives of the British Carrera Cup. With an age of 46 year the threefold runner-up of the British Carrera Cup, Tim Harvey, after 2007 participates for the second time in the field of the Supercup pilots.

His team-mate Sam Hancock after his test race in Magny Cours is at the start for his second race on the European stage as well. “If I finished within the top-12, if would be a reason for champagne”, Harvey makes a jokes with a serious reason in his mind. “I watched all races so far in the TV and I am really impressed by the competitiveness of the drives of this season.”

As a last-minute substitute for the barred German René Rast, James Sutton will sit behind the wheel of the MRS-Team. The 22-year-old is the reigning champion of the British Porsche Carrera Cup, in which he won six of the twenty rounds last year. "My aim is to finish within the TOP10 and with that improving my result from last year”, he says.

"However, to be honest, I do not know the course very well, because all races we did in Silverstone were held on a different option of the circuit.” In the current season, Sutton drives a Ferrari F430 in the British GT championship. In the field of thirty cars of five manufacturers he ranks third at the moment.

At the very last minute James Pickford has jumped onto the Supercup train, driving for the Team Jetstream Racing. The obligation was announced by the team only on the Friday morning. Pickford is 28 years old, comes from Macclesfield Cheshire and is regarded as a Porsche specialist.
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Buckingham, the hometown of Danny Watts, is only ten minutes away from Silverstone. Conerning motorsports the Lechner pilot has grown up at the Grand Prix Circuit and now hopes for his first podium finish in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup. For racecam.de the Brit makes a philosophic approach about his most important race of the year.

"Silverstone is very deep in my heart", Danny Watts says full of conviction while he visits the Porsche-Hospitality for a short, 10 minutes break. "Home races are really something special, primarily because of all the interviews I have to do. There’s hardly time to have a meal." Danny Watts already worked here at the karting track after finishing school for some years, before he became a instructor at the driving school.

Now, being one of the winning candidates of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, he returns to the place, where he had his first guest start in the series. “At that time, having been a race winner in the British cup, I was really disappointed after I finished 9th in the qualifying and only 22nd in the race. I had to realize that I totally underestimated the Supercup”, he admits.

Today he comes back to his home track. Ranking 8th in the championship with close contact to the leading drivers of the series and being the second best of the rookies, he competes in his most important race of the year in front of the huge crowd of the sold out Silverstone Circuit. "Racing is very popular in Great Britain generally.

The British fans are and have always been very,very passionate and enthusiastic. In addition to that we have got the Lewis Hamilton factor this weekend. That all helps the British GP, to be such a very special event nowadays as well as it was in the era of Nigel Mansel and Damon Hill.

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Danny Watts is well aware, that it could be his personal key-race of the current season. “At the moment I am knocking at the door of the podium and hopefully I manage to open it this weekend”, he starts brooding. Is he satisfied with the first half of the season? “Yes I am and no I am not. It took me a long time to get used to the ceramic brakes we use in the Supercup and I also had to learn several new circuits this year.

Overall to be currently 8th in the championship is not a bad result and except my 8th rank in Monaco my results have been good so far. But now I really want to make the next level up und definitely get a podium finish.”

That’s an argumentation which is likely heard by his team manager Walter Lechner. The team owner from the Austrian Salzburg has a quite clear opinion about the course of the season so far. "We have tested a lot with Danny, among other circuits we have been in Bahrain and Barcelona. If I take all this into account, the results are not that way as they should be", he criticizes. "I hope Danny can comply with the expectations in the second half of the season – podium finishes are our aim.

Maybe he can use the home advantage here in Silverstone, because our goal is an absolute top rank in the championship”, Lechner declares what he expects especially at the race classic at Silverstone. “Walter is a very hard man and a very demanding team boss. He always expects 110% effort, commitment and enthusiasm from his drivers and his team, and that’s the right way to do racing. I am trying my best at my home Grand Prix, but it’s by far the hardest championship I have ever done. Nevertheless, as is said before – we are knocking at the door of the podium.

The qualifying at his native home ground didn’t fulfil the hopes of the young Englishman. At his home race he only qualified for 12th grid position, what means his second worst result this season so far. “I am really disappointed”, he says. On Sunday it’s time to activate the typical Watts-qualities: Fighting, never giving up and improving positions – Things, in which he succeeded many times already.
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If anyone captures this can they point me to a download. I lost my viewing half way through at the safety car and I want to see the end!
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2008 11:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wowee... Well done Sean - fantastic drive in impossible conditions
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Awesome result by Sean in the rain to pick up the victory

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Danny Watts Second, Sutton was 4th, Hancock and Harvey also running very strong !
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911UK wrote:
Awesome result by Sean in the rain to pick up the victory

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Danny Watts Second, Sutton was 4th, Hancock and Harvey also running very strong !


Congrat's Sean, please don't put your rate up just because now the world knows you're good Smile I still need your help Smile
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WELL DONE SEAN!!!!

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Race results Porsche Supercup Silverstone 06.07.2008

Pos. Car no. Driver / Competitor Laps Time Gap km/h Fastest lap

1 22 GBR Edwards, Sean Konrad Motorsport 10 25:15.111 + 0:00.000 118.803 2:13.627
2 21 GBR Watts, Danny SAS-Lechner Racing 10 25:16.046 + 0:00.935 118.730 2:13.687
3 2 SVK Rosina, Stefan Lechner Racing Bahrain 10 25:19.689 + 0:04.578 118.445 2:14.610
4 14 GBR Sutton, James VELTINS MRS Racing 10 25:28.457 + 0:13.346 117.766 2:16.008
5 7 NED Bleekemolen, Sebastiaan Bleekemolen Race Planet 10 25:30.771 + 0:15.660 117.588 2:16.194
6 29 GER Holzer, Marco UPS Porsche Junior Team 10 25:31.371 + 0:16.260 117.542 2:16.266
7 31 GBR Hancock, Sam tolimit 10 25:32.573 + 0:17.462 117.450 2:16.517
8 15 AUT Siedler, Norbert VELTINS MRS Racing 10 25:33.254 + 0:18.143 117.397 2:16.271
9 1 ITA Zampedri, Alessandro Lechner Racing Bahrain 10 25:33.751 + 0:18.640 117.359 2:15.423
10 32 GBR Harvey, Tim Porsche Cars Great Britain 10 25:35.147 + 0:20.036 117.253 2:14.766
11 4 SWE Mangs, Jocke tolimit 10 25:39.815 + 0:24.704 116.897 2:16.102
12 5 SUI Benz, Marc SPS automotive-performance 10 25:40.324 + 0:25.213 116.859 2:15.796
13 8 NED Buijs, Tim Bleekemolen Race Planet 10 25:43.020 + 0:27.909 116.654 2:16.564
14 10 NED Bleekemolen, Jeroen Jetstream Motorsport 10 25:43.254 + 0:28.143 116.637 2:15.374
15 3 FRA Armindo, Nicolas tolimit 10 25:53.813 + 0:38.702 115.844 2:17.625
16 18 NED Frederiks, Simon HSF Porsche Eindhoven 10 26:01.603 + 0:46.492 115.266 2:19.047
17 6 LIT Dagilis, Nemunas SPS automotive-performance 10 26:31.020 + 1:15.909 113.135 2:22.415
18 9 ESP Guerrero, Lucas Jetstream Motorsport 9 25:29.303 + 1 Lap 105.931 2:19.059
19 26 BEL Saelens, David IRWIN Racing 7 19:56.613 + 3 Laps 105.297 2:20.568
20 19 NED van Splunteren, Paul HSF Porsche Eindhoven 7 20:29.090 + 3 Laps 102.515 2:41.376
21 23 GER Seyffarth, Jan Konrad Motorsport 6 17:17.860 + 4 Laps 104.060 2:41.056
22 17 CZE Janak, Jiri Schnabl Engineering 5 14:04.617 + 5 Laps 106.557 2:41.295
23 24 GER Mamerow, Chris DAMAC Kadach Racing 5 14:04.787 + 5 Laps 106.536 2:40.611
24 25 NED van Lagen, Jaap DAMAC Kadach Racing 3 08:32.140 + 7 Laps 105.440 3:03.685
25 20 IRL Faulkner, Damien SAS-Lechner Racing 1 02:40.184 + 9 Laps 112.371 0:
28 AUT Ragginger, Martin UPS Porsche Junior Team 0 n/a. + n/a n/a n/a
27 NED Huisman, Patrick IRWIN Racing 0 n/a. + n/a n/a n/a
12 GBR Pickford, James Racing Team Jetstream 0 n/a. + n/a n/a n/a
16 HKG O'Young, Darryl Schnabl Engineering 0 n/a. + n/a n/a n/a
11 POR Petiz, Pedro Racing Team Jetstream 0 n/a. + n/a n/a n/a
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2008 12:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Race Quotes

Position 1, Sean Edwards, Konrad Motorsport

Position 2, Danny Watts, SAS-Lechner Racing

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2008 1:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well done mate ! You must be over the moon !
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2008 2:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is it on TV anywhere ?
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2008 2:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Daniel wrote:
Is it on TV anywhere ?


It was... 10:45 live on Eurosport!

Wish I'd recorded it now wack
 
  
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2008 3:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wattie wrote:
Daniel wrote:
Is it on TV anywhere ?


It was... 10:45 live on Eurosport!

Wish I'd recorded it now wack


Is there a repeat ?
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2008 4:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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WELL DONE SEAN!!!!

Now, about that Sponsorship deal!!


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