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First ALMS 997 RSR test for Flying Lizard Team.

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ALMS Winter Sebring Test

January 24, 2007 — Sebring, FL — Team had a good run in both cars this morning. Johannes drove the entire session in the 45 car, primarily working on the car's behavior on longer runs. The 44 car made a substantial setup change last night and Craig worked back through fine tuning with Darren driving this morning for most of the session. He turned the car over to Seth for the final twenty minutes of the morning run time.

ALMS Winter Sebring Test



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Nice pics!

Is it just me or are the rear spoilers getting taller and taller ever year? Looks like it is almost even with the roof line now.

Reminds me of the 70's Chaparral's...

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Yeah, I've notice that too! when I got email from flying lizard team and other photos of other teams, it seems to me rear wings are way up there. More downforce ???? How about front lip???

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The first photo is my backgound picture

for my computer at work. I like

this picture alot.


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