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Old 8 Sep 2000, 15:56 (Ref:35753)   #1
Robin Plummer
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Robin Plummer should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
With next years rules changing to 38 inches of boost, do you think the engine manufactures will be able to keep the power up and exceed this years outputs?

And will Illmor be an engine supplier to Merc or somone else?



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Old 8 Sep 2000, 19:27 (Ref:35795)   #2
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KC should be qualifying in the top 5 on the gridKC should be qualifying in the top 5 on the grid
I would hazard that Honda's power will be down just slightly with larger losses to the others in this order: Ford, Toyota, then Mercedes. Engine failures should be slightly less than what we have seen of late, but gearboxes will remain a constant gremlin as the manufacturers attempt to further lighten them to offset the loss of power.
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