DTM » Schumacher breaks duck with 'awesome' drive.


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rich ard

August 03, 2008 9:45 AM

grant, on THIS thread, there is only ONE page, and there is no mention of "awesome". it seems that you found this comment on another thread, which i did not even look at. fair enough , but i commented only on THIS particular thread. however i stand over my comment that ralfs drive was FAR from "awesome"

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