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Track: East London Mod: 1965 FPS: 60 Number of racers: 6
Gabor Olah won East London “60fps race” race of Groundhog 1965 season | May 30, 2013
Starting from position 1 on the grid, Gabor Olah's Ferrari 512 crossed the line ahead of Roo Mellor's Lotus 33 to take the win. Andrew Livingston rounded out the top three in a Ferrari 512, while fastest race lap was set by Gabor Olah also.
New time: East London 1967, Ferrari (65) time 1:25.745 session T
Andy, Pedro, Roo, others?
In case of 4-5 drivers, the race will be shortened to Int-Short. In case of 3 drivers only, the race will be cancelled. :(
Pedro van den Berg
Sorry for late enrty!
I can do a 1:27xx in Lotus I guess
Despite the my poor results I had a great race. The car worked well and it was a joy to drive on this track. I also had a good dicing in the early laps, then a great -- though unsuccessful-- chase. Later I had a spin at the exit of the chicane and lost all chances for any better results.
Congrats to Gabor! Thanks all for coming!
Pedro van den Berg
More fun and thrill then expected.
To easy at the start of the race where I lost some (all) places.
Great fight with Jani and following Andrew, Thanks guys great fun (sorry for my mishaps)
Grats Gabor with your victory, and Roo and Andrew with podium.
Another surprise P2 in quali, another poor get away off the line. Andrew got the better of me down to T1 but ran wide allowing me to cut inside down to T2 where we touched but when he went too deep braking into the esses I got my position back.
The rest of the race was about trying to keep Gabor in sight in the hope he may make a mistake but I had run wide at T1 the lap before he had to stop to re-fuel which meant I was never going to challenge for the win, he was simply too quick.
Grats again to Gabor & Andrew for the podium spots. Thanks also to Jani for the hosting :)