Author Topic: FIA homologation : 1st gen Camaro in Trans-Am and International racing 1968-72  (Read 15049 times)

Jon Mello

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Sounds good, Eric!
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Superb images Eric! Thanks for sharing. The Camaro really looks like you have it well set-up, it looks very nice through the corners.

I'm blown away by the amount of run-off space at the Paul Ricard circuit. Its been many years since I saw images of this track. Looks like a lot of work has been done to it.

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The Paul Ricard has been fully redone when Bernie Ecclestone bought it in 1999. The goal was to make the most sophisticated track in the world in terms of security, hence the run-off space with blue and red stripes. These stripes are made of special material that slow down cars running on them. The blue slows you down, the red stops you and can damage your tires.
The track reopened to the public only in 1998. Superb !

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You can follow our humble team "French Speed Connection" on our new Facebook pages. I'll post lots of pictures and few vids.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/French-Speed-Connection/554002778064990


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Here is a link to a small vid. Press the HD button for a better quality.
https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=554771057988162&set=vb.554002778064990&type=2&theater


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I'm not a member of facebook but thanks for posting the links, Eric. Those are great.
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