Qualifying didn’t reflect where they should have been; brakes had to be bedded in as they would only last the race. They didn’t cialis prescription get to do much in the way of quick laps to set a time.
The twins qualified 15th overall and 4th in class but much was expected of the duo.
Bailye, charged with starting the rolling race start was safely away in the 20 strong grid. It wasn’t long before Bailye was jumping his way up the leader board. Bailye didn’t need to have his handheld as he picked his way through the obstacles that had 3 safety car periods in less than an hour in the wet and dark conditions that were proving too much for some opponents.
On the 4th safety car deployment Bailye was up to 4th overall and ready to pit to hand over to the waiting Black. He was a game boy too, to brave the conditions.
Bailye was very animated and gave us a graphic recount of his driving exploits. It had been one of his most rewarding drives.
Meanwhile, Black was left to his own device and was managing to avoid incident. At some points there wasn’t mushroom to pass backmarkers.
Class leaders, Howard/Breeze in their Ginetta G40 had experienced some technical issues and were behind Black for a while until they eventually caught up and passed. Black was down to 4th in class but still very much in touch with the leaders and Nintended to claim back position.
Only 5 minutes remained of the race and Howard/Breeze were forced to retire. No need to console the plumb savvy pair now. Bailye and Black were back in 3rd place and held on until the chequered flag, securing a well earned 2nd in class AND 2nd overall in the championship!
Asked how they felt after the race, they said “Wii are very happy with the result. Hopefully this is the platform we needed to take us to the next level in 2013.
We completely dungaree!