The lead pack is a race that is won and lost by the driver and the car.
In the event of a lead pack, the cars are expected to run together, or in a pack of five cars, to maintain a gap of at least five seconds.
In the event that the lead car gets stuck behind another car or even a wall, the lead driver will get to take control.
At the moment, there is no indication that the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG GT3 has been involved in a lead-pack crash.
What happened in the event the car was stuck behind the rear wheel?
The car was driven back to the pits and a crew was called to the scene to assess the situation.
“We looked at all the different systems,” said the crew member.
“The traction control, the brakes, the suspension.
The only thing that we can confirm is that the car is still stuck behind that wheel.
He did what he could, but there was still a possibility of a crash.””
We tried to work with the driver.
He did what he could, but there was still a possibility of a crash.”
The car was then driven back in to the pit box to be inspected.
Is the car still stuck?
“No,” said a Mercedes-AMG crew member at the scene.
Was the car pulled out to be examined?
No, said a crew member on the scene who spoke to CBC News.
Why is there a lead on the car?
The car has to pass a team of six cars before it is allowed to pass again.
It is the drivers’ decision whether to pass.
In this case, the car had to pass the other cars in a three-car pack before it could pass again, the crew said.
So the team has to decide whether to let the car pass again or not.
It did so, and the team decided to let it pass again because of a possible crash.
Does the car have to be pulled out?
It is the driver’s decision whether or not to let a car pass.
If he or she is satisfied with the situation, the driver will take over.
If there is an emergency situation, however, the team will pull the vehicle out.
How do we know this was a race-winning car?
The team member said the team was not allowed to run the car in the race and it had to be re-run after the race was over.
The car’s mechanics will examine the car at the pit lane and the crew will take it to the track for further examination.
Where is the car now?
Once the crew members examined the car, the Mercedes team put it back into the pit for further investigation.
The crew member said he could not confirm whether the car has been re-re-examined, or if there are further problems with the car’s chassis.
Did anyone else see the car pull into the pits?
Yes, there were people there, the worker said.
The driver was able to go to the back of the pit and was able start the car up.
Can anyone help us find the car or track?
There is no need for anyone to call 911, the manager said.