Zitat von Fabian im Beitrag #3
Grats an Kelvin, der förmlich Kreise um die Konkurrenz gefahren ist.. (achtung wortspiel! höhö..)
Thanks Fabian. Well, to be honest the Ferrari made it look easy
. Winning this race with a 2 Lap gap in a mighty machine isn’t strategywise the smartest thing with this cup’s chassis format! After my Michigan-embarrassment I was under the gun, to score some big points @ Langhorne. First I flirted with the Lotus which is damn fast here, but after some hotlaps with the red diva, I surprisingly figured out that she's quite as fast
In Quals I aimed for a Sub 28 but it looks like my crewchief put some more magic in the car. A 27,7 blasted all expectations!
The race itself was a ton of fun, not because I had the dominant car that evening, but rather steering this badass
car more with the right food than with the wheel.
After I lapped Fabian, this unpleasant felling crept up on me that now my car
is my secret enemy in this race
, which made it mentally pretty stressful the rest of the way. I told myself lap after lap: Don’t mess it up!!
I’m really happy with that strong finish at Langhorne but it’s kind of a bitter-sweet victory in the Ferrari here, ‘cause the top contenders in the cup ran much weaker cars. A smart move strategywise, so their best is yet to come. I bet the 2nd half of the schedule will be very exciting
Grats Fabian & Lasse for this epic battle for 2nd
Gongrats Col for a terrific race
! You need some big balls to overcome this mean track in the heavy duty BRM. I guess you are the secret winner in this event.
Unfortunately David wasn’t able to join your oval party
. I’m sure he would have put his mark on this event, too.
The upcoming race will be something very special. I hope to see double digits down in the oval-shorty @ Thompson, …the more the better
Looking forward to a great GPL spectacle.