Martin Plowman qualified third in the LMP2 category to start viagra online pfizer the 6 Hours of Circuit of the Americas. buy cialis He, along with teammate Bertrand Baguette, averaged a time of 1:56.033 in the #35 OAK Racing Morgan-Nissan.
“It was a very difficult session for us,” Plowman said. “The car cialis is extremely loose at the moment so I was having to fight the car quite a bit. It could be worse. Any time you start on the front two rows is a decent start for a 6-hour race.”
The entire series struggled with heavy rain during yesterday’s first two official practice sessions. Plowman explained, “The rain was definitely a huge problem for us. Any time you roll off the trailer not quite in the set up http://athletes.crankbrothers.com/buy-cialis-drugs window, you need every second you can get to dial the car in. We definitely suffered not having the time to set the car up.”
But Plowman here isn’t worried. “Our team is working hard to make the necessary adjustments before tomorrow’s race,” he said. “It’s a long race and we’re focused on being consistent and making no mistakes.”
The race, aired tomorrow at 11am CT at www.fiawec.com, will be exciting. There are only a few points separating the first four cars of the P2 championship in WEC, and those four cars qualified first through fourth for tomorrow’s race. Fans will want to tune in to see a fierce fight from start to finish.
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