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Google Adsense is no longer viable to pay our web hosting bill. For about a year the earning of the advertising has been cut by more than half while the traffic and page views has barely changed. This being said our next web hosing bill is due August 9th. We will need nearly $500 to keep the site alive for another year. We are running close to needing to upgrade our space again, at that time we will be looking at an additional $10 a month for additional space. I don't expect we will need this for another 6 months or so.

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1999 Formula 1 - McLaren

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    West McLaren Mercedes
    McLaren-Mercedes
    Mercedes FO110H
    Constructors Championship: P1

    Driver 1: Mika Häkkinen (All Rounds)
    Driver 2: David Coulthard (All Rounds)
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    Mika Hakkinen @ Magny Cours


    David Coulthard @ Magny Cours


    Mika Hakkinen @ Silverstone

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    • #3
      I never understood what those decals were that ran during the West era, anybody know?
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        Originally posted by Richard Hammond View Post
        I never understood what those decals were that ran during the West era, anybody know?
        Probably something to do with cigarette advertising being banned almost everywhere by then.
        Sorry, this post does not include a safe space.

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        • #5
          The names were used during races in countries that did not allow tobacco advisements/sponsorship. The 'men' logo was on the cigarette packets, but did not show the brand on the car.
          Last edited by Lastlap; 01-27-2015, 05:20 PM.
          "I don't want to become famous because I had a big wreck..." - Michael McDowell.

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