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TOCA announces restrictions to the Team Aon Ford Focus STs

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ben milden, liskeard - Unregistered

August 22, 2010 4:47 PM

all i can say about this is that jason plato and the rest are a bunch of grannys and should stop moaning and get on with it. its not as if they are dominating the championship is it TOTAL JOKE that they are getting resticted. :? :? :? :?

Stu - Unregistered

August 23, 2010 7:42 AM

Jason Plato is like a stuck record Whinging about the Fords.
I never heard him say how the organisers should slow down his Turbo diesel a couple of years back.
That said JP if you win the title you can tell your grandkids how you won the title not by hard door handle to doorhandle racing but by bitching like a girl to the organisers.
Sure that will make them proud.

Dave Rutherford - Unregistered

August 23, 2010 9:01 AM

But surely ALL teams have restrictions of sort imposed otherwise cars would be pushing out serious horsepower! if the fords have an advantage then its not a level playing field and TOCA have to act,
have to say though how come the focus was not a good car last season but all of a sudden this season head and shoulders above the rest :rolleyes:

Martin - Unregistered

August 23, 2010 12:10 PM

It's called DEVELOPMENT Dave, it's what all the teams used to do. They took a risk on a new car when they could. have just bought a pair of BMWs or Chevvies, and it's finally paying off. Like it or not, LPG ought to be the future of racing cars, and the car's performance could be a catalyst for manufacturers to move towards it for their road cars. Besides, Silverstone National is a circuit where straight-line speed is most important, so it was inevitable that they would be frontrunners here. Will the changes be reversed when we get to Knockhill and the car's lack of engine braking is more of a problem? What is wrong with different cars being at the front of different meetings?

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