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  Reply # 530971 8-Oct-2011 18:44
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All set here...beer, bbq, things to throw at the Holden supporters who turn up ;)




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  Reply # 531015 8-Oct-2011 20:43
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I believe the RWC is causing capacity issues for satellite feeds, the last race was on Optus C1 but way too weak to pick up

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 531055 8-Oct-2011 23:23
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I'm hoping the D1 feeds continue on Sunday. Watched The shoot out today, good strong signal.

Go Ford & Go the Giz

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  Reply # 531150 9-Oct-2011 12:47
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We're watching a feed on Optus D1 - 12670V, appears to be more a Channel 7 feed but with no breaks :)

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  Reply # 531229 9-Oct-2011 19:06
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Holden!
1st 2nd 3rd!

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  Reply # 531233 9-Oct-2011 19:17
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Johnk: Holden!

1st 2nd 3rd!


You took the words right out of my mouth lol..

Well Done Holden 




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  Reply # 531244 9-Oct-2011 19:45
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Hell of a finish :)




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  Reply # 531386 10-Oct-2011 09:35
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Yeah was a pretty intense finish! Pity Lowndes hadn't caught him a lap or so early. Would have gotten past him then I reckon. I do not like Tander.

Hopefully next year the Gizz can put it together

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