youngwill100 said:Unfortunately this won't happen. The event has been won for the last few years by a very good local driver, Jim Richards, driving a Porsche 911 GT3. There's no reason to believe that he won't do it again - he knows the roads and conditions really well and he's a great competitor. The Gallardo will have a slightly better chance with its four-wheel drive if the conditions are extremely wet, but my money would still be on Jim in the porker. Mind you, Paul Stokell is pretty good. Might all come down to the reliability of the G car - it's a long tough event!