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As to the modifications by Automad, today 24th november 2011: you might wish to take the article to your sandbox, edit it there at your convenience, then post it for once and be done; instead of updating every few minutes. However I am afraid your work risks being reverted, because up till now I see only the addition of what I would describe as commercial gibberish, encyclopedical neither in style nor in content. Allow me to suggest you create a separate page about the new vehicle; and also to keep the tone more neutral. Keep up the good work! Jan olieslagers (talk) 15:51, 24 November 2010 (UTC)
To Jan Olieslagers...
Just trying to answer the request of information. And correct the mistaken or outdated ones... Didn't know the sandbox process and didn't imagine someone was constantly looking at the page...sorry. If you don't like my biggerish as you call it, feel free to remove every change I made. No problem.
I will try to write a full new page when I will get some time.
- Automad, it seems obvious to me you are new to wikipedia, and full of energy and of good intentions. I certainly would not like to scare you off, it does look like you have some good information available and we certainly want that for wikipedia! I did want to save you from desillusions which easily follow from over-enthusiasm. I suggest you first consult "My first wikipedia article" (it exists somewhere but please don't ask me where exactly...) and then create a brand new article about this Imperia GP car; then the current Imperia page can get a new paragraph about the new start, and a reference and link to your work. Creating your article is also best done in your sandbox, and you could even request other wikipedians to check your work there before publishing it. Do feel free to contact me on my own talk page! NB If you want to be really nice, you could also consult the a/m talk page guidelines and apply them to your above comment. NB I did not biggerish, I did say gibberish... Sorry to be critical, I hope and trust you take it for the good, as it is meant! I hope to read more from you! Meanwhile, I leave it to yourself to remove your present text or not. Jan olieslagers (talk) 16:18, 24 November 2010 (UTC)