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Old 4 Apr 2017, 17:33 (Ref:3723772)   #271
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Lancsbreaker should be qualifying in the top 3 on the gridLancsbreaker should be qualifying in the top 3 on the gridLancsbreaker should be qualifying in the top 3 on the grid
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We had the same thing on our CER Corvette C2 (around 70° C inside!). Mostly depends on the scrutineer team. But from the appendix clearly not allowed. In France you will be asked to wind up your window on the pit lane. This comes from crashes where the driver's arm could go outside when the car was accidentally rolled (Christian Maquiné- Commodore Croix en Ternois or Claude Ballot Lena-Alfetta Spa- for instance). But OK bringing fresh air is also a matter of security and comfort as well. To be negotiated!
Amuses me when marshals in the holding area are insisting on saloons winding up the windows (we still have the electric ones in the 75), but open-top cars - TRs, Morgans, etc, have no need of sidescreens at all......
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Excellent Lancs, really!
I should have realized this before because we were stupid enough to do endurance with a Caterham (1.6 then 1.8), two of us being around 6ft 3.2 (1,91 m). Very hard to keep both arms inside. And the additional straps arms/harnais are not mandatory here (I think this is good).
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