The Italian Junkyard

Thoughts, ideas, criticism about cars. Interesting news and facts from the world of the automobile. Events in Italy and Modena. What you can find elsewhere, filtered through the eyes of a discerning enthusiast. Design, style, everything on the chopping block. Nobody is safe anymore.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Thanks from The Italian Junkyard

I just would like to say thank you to all the motorheads out there that took the time to visit The Italian Junkyard, to those who enjoyed the race on the windows I embedded, folks that participated to the live chat on the side bar, a warm thank you to fellows who came here, and to everyone else that in these two days enjoyed the race and have been a part of this world wide celebration of motorsports.

I for one was absolutely captured by the action going on, the commenting from Radio Le Mans has been entertaining, instructive and even funny every now and then.
Too bad for some of my favorite teams who run into problems, as Luc Alphand's Corvette #72 being off the race after an accident with Aston Martin #009 which itself retired for technical issues, or the #87 Drayson Racing Aston Martin V8 GT2 which still managed to finish the race despite some electrical issues, but still playing a strong LM debut.

Props to Peugeot for finally winning and ending the Audi dominance, to Spyker for grabbing a strong 5th place in GT2, and to Jetallaiance for not giving up and finally taking the 3rd spot in GT1 class.
I'm happy for Risi Competizione which won this year too, and grabbed 3rd place too in GT2.

An awesome which resulted in a massive following over here, thanks again to everyone, hope you enjoyed your time here

The Italian Junkyard

Photo Source: Peugeot 908 HDi FAP (David Brabham)

1 comment:

Alexander said...

Thank you for organizing an interesting chatting and great live streaming.

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