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Author: zvicmorrow       Show all posts   Read mode

Post time 25-2-2009 04:18 PM | Show all posts

Reply #19 weta_studio's post

bab rebadge ni aku ada baca gak

bab kerjasama tu cuma andaian aku je mitsubishi ni kedekut ilmu, aku rasa derang takkan tulon punya la
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Post time 25-2-2009 04:45 PM | Show all posts

Balas #20 ShadowChaser\ catat

kalo bahasa kedai brothers..skirting tepi dan depan..
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Post time 26-2-2009 08:35 AM | Show all posts

Reply #22 weta_studio's post

skirting ek
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 Author| Post time 1-3-2009 06:16 PM | Show all posts
Originally posted by ShadowChaser at 24-2-2009 04:29 PM
satria ni dah jalan ke belum

main circuit mana, british rally ke france rally, aku tak jumpa list pun kat dedua circuit

wrc ke, rasanya takde gak kat wrc circuit

dah masuklah bro.. race kat wrc aku dah tengok kat astro masa first race....tapi masa race kedua kat salji tak nampak..
masa first race ss1 dapat tempat yang baik sebelum ss2  driver langgar tiang....
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Post time 1-3-2009 10:41 PM | Show all posts

Reply #24 zvicmorrow's post

erks..langgar tiang?
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Post time 2-3-2009 04:02 PM | Show all posts

Reply #24 zvicmorrow's post

dah jumpa
                        

Nial McShea and Marshall Clarke, Proton Satria S2000  Nial McShea
WRC > Rally Ireland, 2009-01-30: Leg one                     WRC > Rally Ireland, 2009-01-31: Leg two

Rally Ireland: Result                                    
Overall times after SS19 / Day 3 - Top 20:

1. Sebastien Loeb                Citroen Total WRT C4 WRC         2hours 48mins 25.7secs M
2. Daniel Sordo                Citroen Total WRT C4 WRC        +01mins 27.9secs M
3. Mikko Hirvonen        BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC +02mins 07.8secs M
4. Henning Solberg        Stobart Ford Focus RS WRC        +06mins 32.4secs MT
5. Chris Atkinson                Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC        +07mins 51.9secs MT
6. Sebastien Ogier                Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC        +10mins 44.0secs A8
7. Matthew Wilson        Stobart Ford Focus RS WRC        +11mins 23.8secs A8
8. Khalid Al Qassimi        BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC +14mins 07.8secs A8

9. Eamonn Boland                Subaru Impreza WRC                +15mins 23.4secs A8
10. Urmo Aava                Stobart Ford Focus RS WRC        +15mins 35.4secs MT
11. Aaron MacHale        Ford Focus WRC                        +16mins 09.7secs A8
12. Tim McNulty                Subaru S12B                        +20mins 57.9secs A8
13. Shaun Gallagher         Mitsubishi Evo 9                        +21mins 16.2secs N4
14. Jari-Matti Latvala        BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC +23mins 32.5secs M
15. Gary Jennings        Mitsubishi Evo 9                         +24mins 12.1secs N4
16. Aaron Burkart                Suzuki Swift S1600                +28mins 15.8secs J
17. Martin Prokop                Citroen C2 S1600                        +29mins 03.1secs J
18. Conrad Rautenbach        Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC        +36mins 37.9secs MT
19. Simone Bertolotti        Suzuki Swift S1600                +37mins 15.9secs J
20. Yoann Bonato                Suzuki Swift Sport                +41mins 22.0secs J


Overall JWRC after SS19 / Day 3:

1. Aaron Burkart                Suzuki Swift S1600                3hours 16mins 41.5secs J
2. Martin Prokop                Citroen C2 S1600                        +00mins 47.3secs J
3. Simone Bertolotti        Suzuki Swift S1600                +09mins 00.1secs J
4. Yoann Bonato                Suzuki Swift Sport                +13mins 06.2secs J
5. Kevin Abbring                Renault Clio R3                        +17mins 38.0secs J
6. Luca Griotti                Renault Clio R3                        +27mins 08.4secs J


Notable retirements:

SS2/3. Jari-Matti Latvala        BP Ford Abu Dhabi Focus RS WRC Went off. M*
SS2/3. Niall McShea         Proton Satria Neo S2000                Electrical. S2000*
SS3. Kevin Abbring        Renault Clio R3                        Electrical. J*
SS6. Yoann Bonato        Suzuki Swift Sport                Stopped in stage. J*
SS6. Urmo Aava                Stobart Ford Focus RS WRC08        Went off. MT*
SS6/9. Austin MacHale        Ford Focus WRC                        Withdrawn A8

SS9. Conrad Rautenbach        Citroen Junior Team C4 WRC        Went off. A8*
SS14. Hans Weijs                Citroen C2 S1600                        Accident. J
SS14. Niall McShea         Proton Satria Neo                        Went off. S2000
SS14/15. Gareth MacHale        Ford Focus WRC                        Withdrawn A8

SS17. Ross Forde         Suzuki Swift Sport                 Mechanical. J

* denotes elected/able to re-start under SupeRally format.

M - denotes Manufacturer entry.
MT - denotes Manufacturer Team entry.
J - denotes Junior WRC entry.

[ Last edited by  ShadowChaser at 2-3-2009 04:09 PM ]
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Post time 2-3-2009 04:10 PM | Show all posts
nampaknya baru masuk rally ireland baru, rally norway tak masuk plak
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Post time 3-3-2009 08:29 AM | Show all posts

Balas #26 ShadowChaser\ catat

kaler kereta noe tu lain dari yg sepatutnyer..

lawa lgi yg kaler kuning
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Post time 3-3-2009 12:02 PM | Show all posts

Reply #28 weta_studio's post

McShea tunjuk besh hape
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 Author| Post time 6-3-2009 09:08 PM | Show all posts
Originally posted by ShadowChaser at 2-3-2009 16:02
dah jumpa
http://www.motorsport.com/photos/wrc/2009/ire/wrc-2009-ire-xp-0026.jpg                        

Nial McShea an ...

thanks mod..walaupun tak banyak tapi maklumat tu berbaloi.... tapi yang aku kesal kan kenapa rally norway tak nampak
pulak NEO ni...mungkin tak sempat nak repair..kesan kemalangan first race:handshake:
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Post time 16-3-2009 02:48 PM | Show all posts



ni ke kate buatan malaysia?

fulamakkkkkkkkkkkkkk.......
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Post time 18-3-2009 08:16 AM | Show all posts
Kaler neo irc 2009 lain skit. Lg cun
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Post time 18-3-2009 02:44 PM | Show all posts

Reply #32 satriastendet's post

color ape?

tepek la gambo
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 Author| Post time 4-4-2009 11:13 PM | Show all posts
salam apa khabar semua?..  lama tak singgah kat sini pasal laptop hantar kat kedai format balik..masuk virus ...ada sesiapa tau apa perkembangan terkini team proton kat rally dunia
kesan kegawatan ekonomi aku dah cut aku punya astro jadi tak dapatlah aku nak tengok sukan yang best2 kat situ.. nak tenguk kat kedai mamak dia org lebih suka tengok man.U lawan hehehe...
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Post time 5-4-2009 08:40 AM | Show all posts

Reply #34 zvicmorrow's post

haku pun takde masa lagi nak cari maklumat terbaru

cubala selongkar dlm website racing kot ada brita, biasa crash.net atau motorsport.com ada kot
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Post time 5-4-2009 12:14 PM | Show all posts
stakat yang haku cari, proton cuma masuk rally of ireland je, tu pun early retirement belaka

rally norway, cyprus ngan portugal takde entry pun
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Post time 17-4-2009 09:04 PM | Show all posts

Reply #16 ShadowChaser's post

aku rasa widebody ni
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Post time 13-5-2009 04:12 PM | Show all posts
:pompom: :pompom: IRC: Proton debut likely in Belgium:pompom: :pompom:

The factory-supported Proton team is still set to compete in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge this season, despite opting against an entry on Sata Rally Azores next month.

Although the UK-based Mellors Elliot Motorsport squad never formally committed to the island event, company principal Chris Mellors indicated earlier this season that he wanted his team to begin competing as soon as possible.

It is now likely that the first Proton entry will be on the Belgium Ypres Rally from June 18-20 when at least one Satria Neo S2000 will appear, possibly for British driver Guy Wilks.

Wilks was dominating the second round of the British championship in a Proton recently, before his car caught fire as a result of damage caused by a minor excursion. Although the vehicle was destroyed, MEM has already begun building a replacement.

"In the end the Azores wasn't practical because we would lose the car for about one month with the time it would take to ship it there and back," said Mellors. "But we still want to do some IRC events as soon as possible this year and we would like it to be with Guy although we're also talking to some other drivers about other events."
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Post time 13-5-2009 04:13 PM | Show all posts

IRC: Proton added to manufacturer list

13 March 2009

Eurosport Events, the promoter of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge, has announced that Proton has become the seventh manufacturer to sign up for the 2009 season with its Satrio Neo S2000.

The car, which impressed on its debut in the WRC with Niall McShea in Ireland, will join rivals from Abarth, Honda, Mitsubishi, Peugeot, Skoda and VW when it joins the IRC field, with an entry into the series being seen as the ideal way to continue the development of the new car.

The Satria Neo S2000 could also be given further outings in the WRC and in domestic series' over the course of the year.

The IRC provides the ideal format for manufacturers to showcase their products around the world,
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Post time 2-6-2009 06:03 PM | Show all posts

Reply #39 ShadowChaser's post

bro... sape pemandu kite no.1 malaysia
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