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It will make little difference to proceedings as they have unfurled this year. No 1 car is so far ahead in being 'dialed in' that at any time in the majority of races so far on 2009, the 'total package' (car and driver Whincup) can distance itself off the front at about an average of 0.5 seconds per lap. When the package gets approx 2 seconds in front of no 2 racer, it eases off. The car is just a superb handling package and to see it 'fall in and out' of any track variations is a joy to watch. And I fervently support the other side but they seem to be nowhere near the total set-up package needed to chase down the No 1 car. Mike

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