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Old 21 Jun 2014, 12:07 (Ref:3424539)   #91
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WEC Are American Manufacturers incapable of fielding LMP1?"

Why not bring up NASCAR if you want to show U.S. manufacturer commitment to racing in general?
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Incapable? Probably not. Unwilling? Certainly.
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American car manufacturers are flash in the pan when it comes to endurance racing. They never stay for long, they never do really well. That is their history.
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GTE?

WEC Are American Manufacturers incapable of fielding LMP1?"

Why not bring up NASCAR if you want to show U.S. manufacturer commitment to racing in general?
Take a look at the previous comments. American manufacturers are interested in endurance and Vette has been a model of that for over a decade. Lmp1 is the thread topic, but it wasn't what we were discussing. That being endurance racing in general.
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Oaky. I thought the post was from RWintle, not Rwindle ... the former I know from long board exposure, the latter is sa stranger.

Because I thoucht the post came from RWintle, who is fairly knowledgeable and would be aware of the long Corvette program, I assumed he must be focusing still on American manufacturer involvement ion P1 where even the Corvette, like the Probe and the Northstar, were all short-lived and sort of half-hearted.

Do you believe all that? I might ... or not.

The real question is whether an American manufacturer can make an onboard fire extinguisher for a P1.
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