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#1 ludwig

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Posted 06 October 2002 - 20:23

Hy again!!!
anyone know th famous collisons at le mans.(involved many cars).
greetings!!!! :wave:

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#2 ludwig

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Posted 06 October 2002 - 22:04

example:1964: Porsche 904 GTS André de Cortanze, F Jean-Claude Mosnier, F
Alpine M63 - Renault R8 Gordini Jacques Ferret, F Pierre Orsini, F

#3 ludwig

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Posted 07 October 2002 - 11:57

Hi again!!
Anyone know about this subject? :confused:

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#4 dmj

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Posted 07 October 2002 - 13:01

Ludwig,

I would like to politely instruct you about some unwritten rules of posting threads about such themes (accidents, deaths, collisions) here. First, when you post it it would be nice to give us some background - why do you need it, is it for an article, just curiosity or what? Then, say in more details what interests you: all collisions or multiple pile-ups, all or just ones where someone was hurt or killed. Then, in upper right corner you'll find a search BB option. With a little practice you'll learn how to use it, for example: http://www.atlasf1.c...rder=descending
or http://www.atlasf1.c...rder=descending
That way you'll probably find a good part of answer by yourself.

Also, another rule is: be patient. If you don't get answers you need ask again, but only after few days - give us time to find the answers! ;) Or, if you need the answers really fast (for an article or whatever reason), explain it when you are first time asking.
I know it can be hard for someone to whom English obviously isn't native language (neither it is mine) but don't worry - your questions here usually are answered sooner or later. Except, of course, my question to find more about Walt Monaco - but that's another story...
Also, if I correctly assume that your native language is Spanish, I am sure that someone of our many knowledgable Spanish speakers here will send you some links to Spanish language sites related to your subject.

#5 jarama

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Posted 07 October 2002 - 23:06

dmj,

I think you're right in your assumption about ludwig's language.

I've just sent him a PM about TNF and our manners and forms.

Carles.

#6 dmj

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Posted 09 October 2002 - 09:57

Thank you Carles.

I would also like to mention that intent of my previous post wasn't to discourage Ludwig from posting here. Far from that, I am looking forward to his future contribution to TNF.

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#7 jarama

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Posted 09 October 2002 - 22:01

dmj and all,

I've just received a PM from ludwig asking apologies to all of us TNFers for his hurries in having answers to his enquiries.

He's a 14 y.o. boy from El Salvador avid to know about motor racing history, something similar to the affair with argentinian calo a few weeks ago. I've sent PMs to both of them, letting them know about TNF and the forms used here, and asking them for future contributions...

Carles.

#8 mickj

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Posted 10 October 2002 - 01:59

Carles
Thanks for helping Ludwig. Its good to know a 14yo is interested in motor sport history. If he hangs around TNF he and others will learn a lot, as I have.

#9 Holger Merten

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Posted 10 October 2002 - 08:43

But, if he is 14yo, than he should update his profile? :confused: