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Well, there's 400 of these, so you certainly don't want me to put them all up. This is what happens when a few of the lads get hold of some cheap cars and turn them into paddock bombs. Interesting day. Dust was a definite factor. As Jason found out early, you couldn't see very much once you lost the lead. I'm not sure if those with windows fared better or worse. Early in the day the "jelly bean car" threw a conrod right out of the block. Dan and Steve's colt ran the day with the front right suspension disconnected at the top. Most of the detachable bits detached off most cars. Fences were used as braking points. The home designed turbo mounting with the upside-down manifold and a maze of second hand piping was the mod-of-the-day. The fire of the day came from the same cortina. Steve as usual was sprung making mountings out of fencing wire (I think that's a habit of his). Jasons carby was sucking so much fuel the vacuum pipe was left off to compensate so it ran like a rocket (albiet a rocket that overheated quickly). iRig 2.0 was possibly the fastest but I think the mooregood colt gave it a fair run.
Everyone, including spectators, was filthy with dust by the end of the day.












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