That's Kev Smith on the 999. Regular rear end slider and RiDE road tester.
I've never heard of him before! So thanks for the info...How the hell do you learn to slide the back like that? Do most people learn the skill at Speedway sessions? In 8 years I've never accidentally done it, and wouldn't know where to start to 'learn' it...
That's ace.Tiff's a bit good as well isn't he
So you saw a driver once, many years ago, having a bad race so he is a knob.Good logic, Captain!
2001 - BTCC Production Class - One off drive at Oulton Park in a Barwell Honda Accord. 2000 - British GT Championship - 2 wins (Lister Storm). 1998 - British GT Championship - 5th in GT1 class, 2 wins (Lister Storm), BTCC - one off race in a Nissan Primera . 1997 - Daytona and Le Mans 24 Hours (Lister Storm). 1996 - Daytona and Le Mans 24 Hours, BPR Endurance Series (Lister Storm). 1995 - Daytona and Le Mans 24 Hours (Porsche/JaguarXJ220). 1994 - BTCC - Works Nissan Primera. 1993 - BTCC - Works Nissan Primera and Test driver for Nissan Motorsports Europe . 1981-92 - Sportscars including a 3rd place at Le Mans in 1990. 1980 - Formula One - 2 races with Ensign-Ford. 1979 - Formula One Scholarship Winner. 1976-78 - British Formula 3 - 4th in 1978 championship. 1975-76 - Formula Ford 2000 - 8 wins, 2nd in 1976 points. 1971-76 - Formula Ford 1600 - 22 wins, 1975 champion. 1970 - Won an FF1600 car in an Autosport competition. Not an outstanding career really.......
I'm not a race driver and don't profess to be. TN does yet he thrashes cars around tracks with far less skill than many 'normal' drivers.My point is that he isn't very good for a supposed racing driver. He rarely wins anything unless he has a co-driver.
TN does yet he thrashes cars around tracks with far less skill than many 'normal' drivers.
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