IndyCar » Duno won't be penalised


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Tyrone - Unregistered

August 14, 2009 11:02 AM

If, as she says it took all her concentration just to keep the car on the track this would seem to suggest either serious mechanical or set up issues. Set up is down to her interpretation of what happens whilst on the circuit, so she got that well wrong! If it was mechanical she should have retired the car and got out of peoples way. How did she make the grade for Indycar, anyone know?

ted - Unregistered

August 14, 2009 12:01 PM

She did sports cars mostly and in fairness, she didn't do too badly.

Her speed in IRL leaves a lot to thought about though... Paul being the third person to complain about it.

I don't see how she couldn't have just lifted while on a straight and let Justin and Scott through though... maybe I'm just being too obvious?

Tyrone - Unregistered

August 14, 2009 12:33 PM

Why did someone disagree with my previous comments? Just done a check on her career in sportcars. Some very good results, but only when sharing drives with up to three others. No individual times are given or length of time spent at the wheel so not very helpful! Her single seater exsperience is patchy and gives no indication as to why, apart from the obvious, she got a seat in indycar. Maybe Danica had a point!!

blatant observer - Unregistered

August 14, 2009 10:02 PM

Disaster? Big Deal,this is a generic formula car series.Boring cars and drivers are the standard in the U.S.The Indycar series is chock-full of posers and until they get rid of thier dated formula car and get more horse power this is a series that litterally puts people to sleep.Hey Indycar, grab a clue from the european F1 car designers and give those drivers a challenge with some REAL horse power.

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