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Old 9 Dec 2004, 21:15 (Ref:1175617)   #1
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amiers should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
Has Holden ruled the rules?

i would like everyone to take of their Red or Blue hats for a moment. now lets look back over the last 35 years of touring car racing in this country, have a long think, read some books to check facts, check the rule changes.

now after all that do you think Holden has had the best and/or been given the biggest stick each time.?

please lets not let this thread turn into a Ford/Holden nasty session. lets look at facts and have a civil discussion.
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