Yeah thanks for all those links Ozz Without you I would have been stuck with the crappy Ten Sport coverage lol I would have ended up insane by the end of itadvertisement
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Thread: 24h Lemans
17/06/12, 13:36 PM Location: Melbourne, Ausland | Posts: 1,493 | #101
17/06/12, 18:31 PM Location: Finland | Posts: 3,538 | #102
This was the first time I have properly followed the whole race - even though because of Eurosport (stupid tennis and football) and need to sleep I missed almost half of the race. Next year I'm aiming to go there to watch it but seeing as it's unlikely, I'll just prepare loads of coffee Was quite an exciting and a good race, shame for Toyota though. Thanks everyone who followed it here with me and kept me awake for some time in the late night hours
17/06/12, 18:48 PM Location: Czech Republic | Posts: 4,876 | #103
It's always better to watch endurance races with a group of people or friends than watching it alone. Eurosport CZ has made a special 'event' on Facebook, where people were able to discuss everything. It was very good.
My dad turned off the router at 23:10 otherwise I would watch it in night. I must say I enjoyed VLN 24 Nürburgring more than this year's Le Mans.
See you guys next year there.
17/06/12, 20:44 PM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,261 | #104
Is there a shorter highlights reel video that can be viewed?
18/06/12, 17:45 PM Location: Stretford End, Manchester | Posts: 3,270 | #105
18/06/12, 21:02 PM Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands | Posts: 7,991 | #106
I went to bed at 4am and woke up at 9am. So basically saw the whole thing.Next year i need to see it live...
It doesn't matter how much horsepower your car has, it's about the smile on your face when you drive it.
18/06/12, 21:43 PM Location: NYC | Posts: 2,640 | #107
18/06/12, 21:58 PM Location: Melbourne, Ausland | Posts: 1,493 | #108
I have a few vids I took with Fraps, I'll upload them to Youtube when I can be bothered
And I'd love to go to LeMans or the Ring, definately something I want to do in the years to come
18/06/12, 22:42 PM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,261 | #109
Baby steps, mate. You still need a drivers license, and there's load of great forest roads in VIC that have a 100kph speed limit that are begging for you to explore them
18/06/12, 23:59 PM Location: Melbourne, Ausland | Posts: 1,493 | #110