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  • BLO 767
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    He's a good bloke, happy to see him in a drive rather than out of one - even if it is TS.

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  • sirhsv
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    Garry Jacobsen in at other vacant seat at Team Sydney.

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  • Mr Ree
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    Originally posted by FLI355 View Post
    I wonder if Andre will outperform him.
    Andre has a years head start in the Mustang, and a couple with the team, so should have the lead early doors, but if Dave can return to his old form as bg0013 says, it will be a closely run thing

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  • bg0013
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    now davey's got the band back together, i think he will return to previous form.
    was obviously lost with Barry engineering the EBus

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  • FLI355
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    I wonder if Andre will outperform him.

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  • Mr Ree
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    Im happy that Dave has found a new seat, as he fully deserves to be in the sport. The new car looks tits too, and by far the best livery on a Mustang yet

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  • BLO 767
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    Kelly / Grove is one of the coolest partnerships to come out in the past few years, and I'd love to see all involved do well. Gives you some amount of hope for the future. I suppose they went as far with 888 as they could. I do think Stephen is a better steerer than Brenton though, which has its volumes. lol

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  • PXL265
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    Does V8 supercars have a driver announcement template that the team's just change some names for?????

    The speedcafe article reads like just about every other driver announcement I have seen in the last few years......

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  • BeverlyHillsCop
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    https://www.speedcafe.com/2021/01/16...nolds-signing/

    I did not see this coming.......

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  • FLI355
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    Just about the worst kept secret ever.

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  • sirhsv
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    All to be revealed tomorrow morning

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  • StupidFlanders
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    Not me.

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  • Neesan
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    Current supercarz just shows what publicity can do in promoting fantasy sport. Sure the drivers are good but that's it, the rest of it basically involves a company leaching off the public purse via State govmints allocating sport money to a commercial enterprise. As long as the punters are happy who cares?

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  • Bob Vegana.
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    I reckon given how poorly the Nissan thing went for what they would've hit their backers up for to do it, they'd have had a nice slush fund to play with once it was over with.

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  • St00ge
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    I think they just rather spend other people's money than their own.

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