F1Zone.net Magazine Issue 5

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Re: F1Zone.net Magazine Issue 5

Post by Denorth » 10 Nov 2010, 14:22

swca92 wrote:I did that one, hope it wasn't offensive. I apologise if it was.


no, no, no, it was just small things, nothing bad. Really, just to smile - since people on this forum are not mentally-challanged :lol:
just carboard Trabants, Russian club Shakhtar Donetsk
and I'd love to see those tanks with crews watching F! in 1986 in Hungary :rofl:
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Re: F1Zone.net Magazine Issue 5

Post by swca92 » 10 Nov 2010, 15:46

Whoops, Shakhtar are from Ukraine, I know

But I am sure Trabants were made from cardboard, or materials similar to that. I read stuff about Hungary in 1986 in Martin Brundle's book and an article online which talked about those tanks parking on hills to sneak a view of the race.

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Re: F1Zone.net Magazine Issue 5

Post by Denorth » 10 Nov 2010, 16:05

swca92 wrote:Whoops, Shakhtar are from Ukraine, I know

But I am sure Trabants were made from cardboard, or materials similar to that. I read stuff about Hungary in 1986 in Martin Brundle's book and an article online which talked about those tanks parking on hills to sneak a view of the race.



don't doubt the tanks - I wasn't there. Really would love to see some pictures of such things. Not even in China we could see anything like this.

Trabants were made of something like reinforced plastic with some fiber. Not that different from nice TVRs :p I meant in terms of production - not perfomance :lol:

statement about absence of motorsport in USSR - very bold one. :n Of course it wasn't an international stuff, but it was there and it was official.

anyway - thank you for good writing!
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Re: F1Zone.net Magazine Issue 5

Post by FRFM00 » 14 Nov 2010, 17:46

this is crazy! going to try to convert this on my black berry so i can read might not have to.

gonna downkoad the others good reading material looking on the past
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Re: F1Zone.net Magazine Issue 5

Post by Omegablue » 02 Dec 2010, 15:01

Awesome, nice thanks. :)

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Re: F1Zone.net Magazine Issue 5

Post by phil1993 » 03 Dec 2010, 15:14

Just to give you guys the latest: we have finished the written pieces and are now in the development of designing. The issue will be out for Christmas.

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Re: F1Zone.net Magazine Issue 5

Post by phil1993 » 15 Dec 2010, 21:33

Issue 6 will be out next week.

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Re: F1Zone.net Magazine Issue 5

Post by Wolfie » 21 Dec 2010, 09:47

Thank you all, great work :cool:
To be changed soon - rko281, where are you??? LOL

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Re: F1Zone.net Magazine Issue 5

Post by phil1993 » 26 Dec 2010, 17:37

We've had a delay guys, sorry. Release now TBC.

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