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Old 14 Jul 2002, 15:58 (Ref:333695)   #1
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Sprint Race Results Croft

1 3 James THOMPSON GBR Vauxhall Astra Coupe 30:22.948 19 79.80 1:25.749
2 15 David LESLIE GBR Proton Impian 30:28.448 19 5.500 79.56 1:26.606
3 22 Colin TURKINGTON GBR MG ZS 30:29.319 19 6.371 79.53 1:26.201
4 28 Andy PRIAULX GBR Honda Civic Type-R 30:30.694 19 7.746 79.47 1:26.451
5 12 Warren HUGHES GBR MG ZS 30:31.304 19 8.356 79.44 1:26.561
6 27 Alan MORRISON GBR Honda Civic Type-R 30:32.163 19 9.215 79.40 1:26.420
7 111 Aaron SLIGHT NZL Vauxhall Astra Coupe 30:37.985 19 15.037 79.15 1:27.360
8 23 Carl BREEZE GBR Peugeot 406 Coupe 30:49.891 19 26.943 78.64 1:27.166
9 5 Dan EAVES GBR Peugeot 406 Coupe 30:55.966 19 33.018 78.38 1:26.326
10 78 P Norman SIMON GER BMW 320i 31:08.315 19 45.367 77.87 1:31.413
11 52 P James KAYE GBR Honda Civic Type-R 31:08.974 19 46.026 77.84 1:30.730
12 20 Phil BENNETT GBR Proton Impian 31:11.541 19 48.593 77.73 1:26.815
13 56 P Alan BLENCOWE GBR Alfa 156 31:21.906 19 58.958 77.30 1:32.352
14 55 P Graham SAUNDERS GBR Alfa 156 31:22.431 19 59.483 77.28 1:32.752
15 53 P Dave ALLAN GBR Honda Civic Type-R 31:23.837 19 1:00.889 77.22 1:32.420
16 99 P Jim EDWARDS Jnr GBR Honda Accord 31:29.824 19 1:06.876 76.98 1:32.404
17 60 P Mark FULLALOVE GBR Peugeot 306 31:29.857 19 1:06.909 76.98 1:32.524
18 77 P Tom BOARDMAN GBR BMW 320i 31:53.420 19 1:30.472 76.03 1:32.369
19 59 P Annie TEMPLETON GBR Peugeot 306 30:57.586 17 2 LAPS 70.07 1:34.629
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2 Yvan MULLER FRA Vauxhall Astra Coupe 27:24.097 17 D.N.F. 79.17 1:25.839
21 Gareth HOWELL GBR MG ZS 27:37.683 17 D.N.F. 78.52 1:26.923
8 Tim HARVEY GBR Peugeot 406 Coupe 27:38.216 17 D.N.F. 78.50 1:27.412
0 Matt NEAL GBR Vauxhall Astra Coupe 27:38.592 17 D.N.F. 78.48 1:26.334
11 Anthony REID GBR MG ZS 24:30.612 15 D.N.F. 78.10 1:26.025
17 Tom CHILTON GBR Vauxhall Astra Coupe 21:43.904 13 D.N.F. 76.34 1:27.398
57 P Gavin PYPER GBR Alfa 156 21:56.297 13 D.N.F. 75.62 1:30.596
62 P Spencer MARSH GBR Honda Accord 11:19.146 7 D.N.F. 78.92 1:32.230
29 Paul O'NEILL GBR Vauxhall Astra Coupe 8:57.525 6 D.N.F. 85.47 1:26.785
63 P Mark THOMAS GBR Honda Accord 2:01.263 1 D.N.F. 63.14
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 16:26 (Ref:333700)   #2
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Feature Race Results:

1 2 Yvan MULLER FRA Vauxhall Astra Coupe 36:47.084 25 86.73 1:25.832
2 28 Andy PRIAULX GBR Honda Civic Type-R 36:48.527 25 1.443 86.67 1:26.624
3 11 Anthony REID GBR MG ZS 36:55.229 25 8.145 86.41 1:26.583
4 5 Dan EAVES GBR Peugeot 406 Coupe 37:07.315 25 20.231 85.94 1:27.248
5 22 Colin TURKINGTON GBR MG ZS 37:08.297 25 21.213 85.90 1:27.069
6 29 Paul O'NEILL GBR Vauxhall Astra Coupe 37:09.637 25 22.553 85.85 1:26.539
7 15 David LESLIE GBR Proton Impian 37:17.710 25 30.626 85.54 1:27.582
8 20 Phil BENNETT GBR Proton Impian 37:25.120 25 38.036 85.26 1:27.089
9 21 Gareth HOWELL GBR MG ZS 37:45.166 25 58.082 84.51 1:27.585
10 111 Aaron SLIGHT NZL Vauxhall Astra Coupe 37:46.766 25 59.682 84.45 1:27.224
11 12 Warren HUGHES GBR MG ZS 38:03.648 25 1:16.564 83.82 1:26.392
12 23 Carl BREEZE GBR Peugeot 406 Coupe 37:00.865 24 1 LAP 82.74 1:27.350
13 78 P Norman SIMON GER BMW 320i 37:14.861 24 1 LAP 82.23 1:31.670
14 52 P James KAYE GBR Honda Civic Type-R 37:17.558 24 1 LAP 82.13 1:31.762
15 62 P Spencer MARSH GBR Honda Accord 37:34.447 24 1 LAP 81.51 1:32.488
16 99 P Jim EDWARDS Jnr GBR Honda Accord 37:48.513 24 1 LAP 81.01 1:32.316
17 63 P Mark THOMAS GBR Honda Accord 38:04.024 24 1 LAP 80.46 1:33.004
18 59 P Annie TEMPLETON GBR Peugeot 306 37:40.712 23 2 LAPS 77.90 1:35.590
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27 Alan MORRISON GBR Honda Civic Type-R 32:33.925 22 D.N.F. 86.21 1:26.948
0 Matt NEAL GBR Vauxhall Astra Coupe 25:18.628 17 D.N.F. 85.71 1:26.322
56 P Alan BLENCOWE GBR Alfa 156 16:12.264 10 D.N.F. 78.75 1:32.622
17 Tom CHILTON GBR Vauxhall Astra Coupe 17:34.547 10 D.N.F. 72.61 1:28.336
55 P Graham SAUNDERS GBR Alfa 156 19:00.680 9 D.N.F. 60.41 1:33.102
8 Tim HARVEY GBR Peugeot 406 Coupe 10:48.486 7 D.N.F. 82.65 1:28.401
3 James THOMPSON GBR Vauxhall Astra Coupe 11:53.625 7 D.N.F. 75.11 1:26.518
60 P Mark FULLALOVE GBR Peugeot 306 4:43.431 3 D.N.F. 81.04 1:31.991
77 P Tom BOARDMAN GBR BMW 320i 3:43.544 2 D.N.F. 68.50 1:43.723
53 P Dave ALLAN GBR Honda Civic Type-R 1:44.314 1 D.N.F. 73.40 1:44.314
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 17:08 (Ref:333719)   #3
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Speedworx should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
What are the standings?
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 17:23 (Ref:333732)   #4
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Thats nice to see its not totally an Astra blitz.
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 18:16 (Ref:333752)   #5
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Its getting back to the old days of good racing between many different cars.
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 18:50 (Ref:333763)   #6
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Touring Class Standings:

1. Thompson 118
2. Neal 101
3. Muller 90
4. reid 74
5. Priaulx 65
6. O'Neill 55
7. Hughes 55
8. Leslie 55
9. Eaves 37
10. Harvey 35
11. Morrison 28
12. Silght 27
13. Bennett 17
14. Howell 17
15. Turkington 15
16. Chilton 14
17. Breeze 4

Production Class:

1. Kaye 119
2. Marsh 82
3. Simon 82
4. Edwards Jnr 80
5. Blencowe 55
6. Boardman 55
7. Fullalove 40
8. Collsrd 39
9. Thomas 38
10. Saunders 35
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 18:53 (Ref:333766)   #7
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Have you got the Indies standings?
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 20:26 (Ref:333810)   #8
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Asp has a real shot at the championship!Asp has a real shot at the championship!Asp has a real shot at the championship!Asp has a real shot at the championship!Asp has a real shot at the championship!Asp has a real shot at the championship!
After the sprint we all though that this was a God-send for Jimmie T, and he would lead the championship by a mile.

Do you think we jinxed him?
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 20:50 (Ref:333830)   #9
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I thought Prixuax had a off on lap 1 in the sprint race ?

he done well to finish 4th !
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 21:09 (Ref:333851)   #10
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Independents:

1. Slight 107
2. Eaves 100
3. Harvey 87
4. Howell 77
5. Chilton 60
6. Turkington 43
7. Breeze
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 21:10 (Ref:333852)   #11
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I thought Prixuax had a off on lap 1 in the sprint race ?

he done well to finish 4th !
Yep, you're right. Great comeback from what I've read!
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Old 14 Jul 2002, 21:55 (Ref:333871)   #12
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touringlegend should be qualifying in the top 3 on the gridtouringlegend should be qualifying in the top 3 on the gridtouringlegend should be qualifying in the top 3 on the grid
Priaulx did indeed spin round coming out of the chicane, right in front of me and I totally myself, he was aiming for the opposition you see, I was standing near the Vauxhall hospiltality tent. He was lucky to keep it off the barriers though.

O'Neill's engine let go going into Clervaux, spilling oil on the track which saw the safety car out for several laps, in the cloud of smoke some of the VLR Pugs went off as well as a few proddie runners. One of the Barwell's spun later at Clervaux, and I'm sure I saw some flames, can anyone confirm that?

And thanks to the folks at Team B&Q for my prize!

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Old 15 Jul 2002, 08:31 (Ref:334080)   #13
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According to autosport there were three fires:

Paul O'Neill and Tom Chilton from hitting the kerbs, while Tim harvey set the grass on fire
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Old 15 Jul 2002, 10:59 (Ref:334148)   #14
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Priaulx did indeed spin round coming out of the chicane,
Wow , that does seem a impressive drive from Prixaux then . I bet that turned a few heads . That Honda is really coming on well now isnt it.
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Old 15 Jul 2002, 13:56 (Ref:334266)   #15
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Absolutely great drive from him, later on in the sprint he was just overtaking other Tourers on pure speed alone along the straights
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