GeeMac

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  • #137385

    GeeMac
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    Aw well, I suppose not.

    Ciaran Walsh is correct. It was three cars. The race did not run its full distance and the 2 hour time limit came into effect. Near the end of the race, and following an accident involving Eddie Irvine, only four cars were still circulating, with Frentzen running last. Frentzen decided to pull into the pits on the penultimate lap as he was running last anyway. Therefore only Panis, Coulthard and Johnny Herbert finished the race. Frentzen, Salo and Hkkinen (who had been involved in an incident moments before) were classified in the final points positions.

    #137384

    GeeMac
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    And why?

    Can I do that?!?

    #137382

    GeeMac
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    Woohoo! Chuffed with that!

    Ok, the 1996 Monaco Grand Prix will be remembered for Olivier Panis’ popular first win. My question is how many cars actually saw the chequered flag that day?

    #137379

    GeeMac
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    It was the only F1 car to ever have continuosly variable transmission? Seems too easy just to say most advanced F1 car ever! It also had active suspension, t/c, a semi auto box.

    #136562

    GeeMac
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    This is such a great thread!

    1. 1994 Nissan Sentra (a handmedown student car)

    2. 2005 Citroen C2 (85 000kms of trouble free French motoring)

    3. 2009 Honda Civic Hatch (which I regrettably had to sell when I relocated to Dubai)

    Soon to come Golf GTi or Honda Civic Type R or a Honda S2000.

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