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RMA Motorsports behind-the-scenes @ Bangsaen Thailand Speed Festival 2012
MC Parker Racing Team scored a stunning victory on Saturday afternoon, in the delayed penultimate race of the 2011 Super Car Thailand Championship, to end the season on a high note. From pole position, Michael Freeman piloted the #55 Mazda BT-50 to a richly-deserved victory, avoiding the wet patches and dismissing his rivals in the process. Championship permutations didn't quite play into the team's hands in Sunday's final round, but we are very pleased that, once the points were totted up, we ran out runners-up. Yesterday's triumph, coupled with Pete Thongchua's win last time out at Bira, means MC Parker Racing Team completes the 2011 Super Car Thailand season on a very strong note with wins from each of the last two races making us the form team to beat, and settings things up perfectly for the new season. The hard facts first: #55 Michael Freeman Mazda BT-50, first place, 12 laps covered in 25 minutes and 56.957 seconds, with an advantage of 5.628 seconds at the chequered flag and a fastest lap time of 2 minutes and 6.617 seconds, set on lap 10. But facts never tell the real story. And the full picture here is of a gritty and determined drive that saw Michael perfectly judging the eternal and unforgiving steel barriers, managing to avoid the constant pitfalls at each turn of a tricky, drying track. With the truck on-song, Chief Engineer Ross Holder and the crew having put the package together perfectly, Michael had been utterly focused on the task in hand from the moment we unpacked our equipment in the makeshift paddock on Tuesday. The stakes are always doubly high at Bangsaen as every driver wants to win here -- it's the jewel in the Thai motorsports crown -- and with some of the best drivers the country has produced in recent years lining up on the grid, including Pete right behind on row two, the start would have to be inch-perfect. And it was. "I knew I would really have to nail the first lap," said Michael afterwards. "Everyone was really pumped up for this one." The tough Australian controlled the start expertly, leading the bulging 35-strong field (for Bangsaen, the Super Pick Up and Super Pick Up Junior fields are combined) streaming through turn one, with Pete making a flying start to blast through from row two and tuck in behind Michael as the two red, black and white MC Parker Racing Team Trucks twisted sharply left through turn two and blasted up the circuit's hilly section. By the end of lap one, Michael had built up an advantage of a second and a half, which quickly became two. With that slender cushion, he was able to control the rhythm of the race from the front, albeit without a moment's relaxation as the chasing pack didn't let up all the way to the flag. A fight which developed for second place helped Michael build a cushion of five seconds by the flag. Just under half-an-hour after the lights went green, Michael had notched up the team's first victory in the evocative and glamorous setting of the Bangsaen Thailand Speed Festival, and his first overall win in the Pick Up Truck category -- a result to really savour and plant him firmly in the record books. We come to win, and it doesn't come bigger than this. Unfortunately, Pete was less lucky -- after making it a 1-2 on lap one, he was soon headed pitwards. However, once back on track, he demonstrated all his famous driving skills and experience, battling all the way to the chequered flag to make up positions and chip away at the classification. Sadly, the high of Saturday didn't carry through to Sunday. Sometimes Lady Luck just doesn't smile twice in a weekend and, although Pete and Michael started from the first and second rows of the grid respectively, issues kept them away from the business end of the points. Nevertheless, once the dust had settled, there was delight all round as we clinched the runners-up position in the championship, a terrific end to a season that has seen the team really come of age. "I'm delighted to have won here," said Michael. "It was a great reward for all the hard work the team has put in all the way through the build-up to the race and through the six days we have been here. This win was earned by everyone, everyone gave it their all. Our partners have supported us 110 percent all season and we have made a big step forward, not least to capably become a two-car team. I'm so proud of this team and how it's grown. I can safely say we will look forward to the new season with our eyes focused on mounting a serious title challenge."

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