View Poll Results: 5 super cars, which do u choose?

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  • carrera GT

    11 23.91%
  • zonda F

    18 39.13%
  • maserati MC12

    14 30.43%
  • koenigsegg

    17 36.96%
  • enzo

    15 32.61%
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Thread: battle between zonda f, enzo, carrera GT, koenigsegg and MC12 at the nurburgring...

  1. #31
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    Close call for me between the Enzo and the Zonda F. In the end, I went with the Enzo. IMO, it just has that complete supercar appeal. The looks, the doors, techno-wizardry dialed to 12. It's not classically beautiful, but then few cars in this group are; it's still very stunning in real life.

    As for what other cars should have made the cut, I'd love to see how the McLaren F1 and Veyron would do at the Nurburgring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guibo View Post
    Close call for me between the Enzo and the Zonda F. In the end, I went with the Enzo. IMO, it just has that complete supercar appeal. The looks, the doors, techno-wizardry dialed to 12. It's not classically beautiful, but then few cars in this group are; it's still very stunning in real life.

    As for what other cars should have made the cut, I'd love to see how the McLaren F1 and Veyron would do at the Nurburgring.
    i think there is a vid showing the veyron lapping the ring. i will try to post the link for u. i dont think the veyron is as quick as these guys tho, cuz the nissa GTR beat its time and the GTR is no where near these top guns.
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    YouTube - Bugatti Veyron TESTING @ Nurburgring
    thats the veyron on the ring.just parts, not the full lap. i think that this car is too heavy to perform well on the ring. like someone said, its good for straight lines. its weight will affect cornering and breaking. also, i know for sure that when something that is heavy gains momentum and is going quickly, its very difficult to stop. i am not a veyron lover cuz i look at the full package. not just straight line perfomance.
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    But the Veyron IS a complete package, its not just for straight line speed.
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    For outright 'Ring performance, I'd take a Porsche 956.
    IIRC it holds the fastest 'Ring lap.

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    problem with a 956 is that you need a track big enough to suit it (well, so do the other cars here but still).
    didn't stop one kicking my ass last time LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    It's not perfect, but what would you rather have?

    The Enzo? Nope, I'm sorry if you consider the Zonda a mess the Enzo is downright ugly. And it has a stupid gearbox. And the interior is nowhere near the Zonda's...

    The Murcielago? Mmmm... I like it but germans have tamed the raging bull just a little bit too much. Also it needs to lose some weight. And four wheel drive.

    The Zonda is the one.

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    the veyron is complete package? i beg to differ. i like the GT2. veyron is big, very quick but heavy and consumes fuel at an alarming rate. YouTube - James May does 253 Mph in a Veyron at top speed, the fuel runs out in 12 minutes....
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    i'd imagine servicing the veyron is very excessive too, not that it would matter if you can afford to buy one.
    iirc changing the tires was like $30k?
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    Er, I dont know if you've seen a veyron in person - Its f*cking tiny.

    Its made of dark matter [/futurama refrence]
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteballz View Post
    Er, I dont know if you've seen a veyron in person - Its f*cking tiny.

    Its made of dark matter [/futurama refrence]
    tiny? an S2000 is tiny. one of the older imprezas. they are tiny...
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    not really tiny... just short.
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    yeah tru, its kinda short for its width. make it look like a midget kinda...
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    Okay - Its smaller than alot of other cars on the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteballz View Post
    Okay - Its smaller than alot of other cars on the road.
    well, ok. what wud u say is its closest rival then?
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