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Old 26th May 2008, 18:27   #111
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Got it and I agee. But for a next DVD3 I want to have one more event to get some other nice cars in the mix as well (Scuderia and LP560 for example).

Future soloutions are download DVD to burn as well as Amazon, nut alsp HD download.

Today / early tommorrow I will upload several races from the thirds Supercar Shootout (this thread).

Gustav, may I surmise the reason you want to wait for another event is that your cost of producing these DVDs are high and therefore want to lump in 2 events??

Seriously, post your process, we can review and see what the critical tasks are....I am sure there are SOHO pornographers on this board who know of video editors that can do it quickly and cheaply.

You will make more money popping these things out quickly.....
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Agree. But I also want a good DVD with many races

The DVD2 had BMW M3 E92 action, which would not have been the case if we sold it directly after last summer.

But I agree, get them out faster is a priority Stay tuned for more movies uploaded today.
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I have a "feeling" this DVD will come out much quicker, but I don't know if it will be cheap... Not to Gustav at least.....


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If we were to equate the M5 / M6 and the RS4 to the porn industry.....
  • The M5 / M6 are the stars
  • The RS4 is the fluffer
We thought the RS4 would have a bigger advantage over the e46 M3. Maybe it's the weight that evened out the horsies we thought, so a check in the owner's manual revealed it's not around 1800kgs as we thought, but rather a heavy 2200kg!
Mbolo shouldn't have gotten such a fully specced version lol.
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Looks like a great event as usual, some superb pics too.

There seemed to be a lot of ALPINAs there, can someone list them all?

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Looks like a great event as usual, some superb pics too.

There seemed to be a lot of ALPINAs there, can someone list them all?

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Thanks Gustav, I look forward to seeing how they (especially the older models) did against their new rivals.

I take it the E39 was a B10 V8S?
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A few pictures from the event!
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