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From the Garage at Oulton Park

Discussion in 'HDR Images Only Forum' started by Derekl, Jun 15, 2018.

  1. Derekl

    Derekl Active Member

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  2. rebel06

    rebel06 Without a cause Moderator

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    Wonder why it's front is perched on a plank of wood???
  3. cjt2018

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    The jacks that are supporting the car is on the wood to protect the floor from getting damaged if I am guessing right. You can see the car in the background has the same, they use them to jack the car up during pitstops during a race.
  4. Petrochemist

    Petrochemist Always on

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    Correct. The team (Hart GT) have put down that fancy tiled floor & want to be able to use it throughout several seasons. The tiles just clip together so they're quite quick to pack up. IIRC that Alex Taylor's car at the front & Jack Minshaw's in the background

    FWIW the jacks in these Ginettas are built into the car, the team just connect a gas cylinder to a quick connect fitting, turn the gas on & up it goes. IIRC the same applies to the Touring cars & Porsche Carerras, while the Ginetta juniors & Formula 4 use different solutions.
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