Phillip Island Sprints 11-12 April 2015
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    Default Phillip Island Sprints 11-12 April 2015

    I spent the weekend down at the Phillip Island for testing and then vic super sprint.
    This is now my fourth track day out after pulling the car apart for major changes.
    I'm pretty happy with my 1:58.36, which is a real improvement over my 2:04 from last year.



    Also saw this very pretty 205 on Saturday, didn't find the owner but from his parking spot, I assume they were helping run the day.
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    Sandown - 1:31.5
    Winton - 1:40.2
    Wakefield - 1:13.5
    Phillip Island - 1:55.9
    Nürburgring - 10:23.ish (Fiesta ST)

    Previously, 2x 504 Wagon, 505 Wagon, 505 STi, 405.

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    That's Robert Pavlov's car, he is the resident doctor for the Philip Island events.
    This car has won a few prizes at Concours, was the UK car sold from Sydney a couple of years back. Robert also has a LHD white 404 which has won a couple of big shows outright.

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    I spent the weekend down at the Phillip Island for testing and then vic super sprint.
    This is now my fourth track day out after pulling the car apart for major changes.
    I'm pretty happy with my 1:58.36, which is a real improvement over my 2:04 from last year.



    Also saw this very pretty 205 on Saturday, didn't find the owner but from his parking spot, I assume they were helping run the day.
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