From my experience of Alan Gow, when he races 2cvs he seems to think he is above the law. Speeding in the pit lane etc and is also fairly physical on track too!
Is there anyone who you've raced against who is polite, gentlemanly and hasn't barged you off the track?
Baz, I haven't personally raced against him, he races a 2cv at the annual 24 hr race and I had to run out of his way when he was driving through the paddock at Mondello and he always used to come blasting down the pit lane just before he finished his stint.
There are very view drivers I have raced against that are ungentlemanly only a handful are.
Dad was driven off the track by the car that was exclusively driven by women. Damaged the car really badly, an unscheduled pitstop was needed.
They sadly failed to accurately portray how good our (Legend) racing was. Probably, we had more passes in our five lap Heat1 than the rest of the other series all weekend!!
You're not wrong - the reports in MN and Autosport are extremely indifferent towards the legends which is really disappointing considering we were (so we keep getting told at least) much more entertaining than the mostly processional Seat races for example.
Shame they couldn't get the facts straight either - both mags seem to reckon that the race on Saturday ended after 5 laps for no apparent reason! Hello, huge pileup and red flag at first start?
Don't want to seem too bitter but it's a shame we've ended with such short thrift in the national press.
"Bintcliffe's done it again and the car's f**ked." RIP David Leslie.
Well done to Fabrizio Giovanardi on becoming champion. 8 titles between the Spanish, Italian, European and British Championship - what a man.
But gutted for Plato though - the burns he had can't have been easy to race with - though he still looked on form in the first two races. Twat of the day with a Vauxhall contract for 2008 in his pocket goes to Matt Neal, waves through Gio and Chilton then holds up Plato. I don't begrudge Gio the title, but what Neal did was just purely un sporting.