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At one point the Holbert had been 22 laps off first place but as their rivals struck misfortune they closed in on the top spot.


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Holbert, Bell and Unser Jr. A year previously they had seen a 13 lap advantage while leading on Sunday morning turn into a 17 lap deficit that would result in second place.


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  • If further proof were necessary about the capricious nature of racing round the clock at Daytona Beach consider the fate of the 07 Ford Mustang. Late on Sunday morning they had to witness this apparently impregnable advantage unravel as they were stuck in the pits trying to repair an oil leak, they still managed a second in class and fifth overall, a good indication of the attrition suffered by the whole field.

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    The closing laps were tense as the lead of the 14 car was just over a minute from the 8 , with 67 a further lap adrift. The final result saw the Holbert car record laps, just 1: There would be no repeat of the crushing disappointment of , Holbert, Bell and Unser Jr. Your email address will not be published.


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    Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. That is different from other apocalypse disaster books but I wasn't as keen on the way this played out. It does take a while to get to the main point of the people under attack by a rival area, concentrating a lot on Trevor's past memories and c This was a strange sort of book. It does take a while to get to the main point of the people under attack by a rival area, concentrating a lot on Trevor's past memories and current surroundings.

    The battle itself was surprisingly short and lacked description, tension or much interest. It then comes to a sudden and unsatisfying ending that left me thinking 'was that it?

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    Sheila rated it really liked it Dec 28, Tiffany rated it liked it Jul 01, John Gallups rated it it was amazing Dec 21, Ken rated it it was amazing Aug 02, Evan marked it as to-read Jul 26, Flaca7 marked it as to-read Aug 10, Bill Sullivan marked it as to-read Aug 12, Chino marked it as to-read Sep 01, Catherine Carrigan marked it as to-read Sep 25, Heather Jeane added it Apr 11, A combination of personal dryness and not really knowing what the people need to hear, make preaching very hard. Not a lot really, we can speak some Kouya, although it really is very little.

    We have got to know a few people, again though it is very few. Slowly but surely though we are beginning to see the barriers between us and the villagers be broken down.

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    It will be months, if not years before we really have anything to contribute to life here, in the meantime, we have to accept our role as learners and stick with it. Two years later, I had learned enough Kouya to start making a contribution to the translation work and four years after that, we left the Kouya area for a year to work in leadership in Abidjan and never returned. Sue took over my role in the project and worked with the Kouya team firstly from Abidjan and later from Southampton. God was very good to us, giving us the courage to do something as crazy as this and then helping us through it.

    More importantly, Kouya people are reading his Word in their own language. We had a small walk-on part in what God is doing amongst the Kouya, but it was an immense privilege. Monday, June 27 The day started rather inauspiciously, good for parasites but not too good for Homo sapiens , I had been bitten badly by mosquitoes overnight, including a good few bites in a part of my anatomy that made the thought of sitting down for a seven-hour bus ride rather unpleasant. Wednesday, July 6 Worked with Emile for an hour, progress at this stage is so slow, it can get discouraging very quickly.

    Wednesday, July 13 Sue had a cookery lesson in the village, learning to prepare foutou, manioc and banana paste not much nicer than it sounds.

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    Thursday, July 14 David slept well, Praise the Lord. Friday, July 15 A mixed day, mostly bad but some good. Sunday, July 31 This morning we went to church in Bahoulifla, a village about six miles away. Most of the rest of the day was swallowed up by writing letters.