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    Not to mention V8 Supercars run full slicks and these guys run on R comp tires.

    I'd love to see what would be possible with full slicks.
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    that suzuki swift was all kinds of awesome.
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    Not to mention V8 Supercars run full slicks and these guys run on R comp tires.

    I'd love to see what would be possible with full slicks.
    yeah, on the one hand V8SC can use slicks but are bound to a formula for aero, power and weight, whereas these guys can only use semi's but can go nuts everywhere else.
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    Not to mention V8 supercars are about 300ish kg's heavier IIRC?

    Would be an awesome battle between the classes through. V8's monstering the straights but slower through the corners..
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteballz View Post
    Not to mention V8 supercars are about 300ish kg's heavier IIRC?
    yeah, would be cool if someone did proper aero for them though.
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    Would be an awesome battle between the classes through. V8's monstering the straights but slower through the corners..
    and not scraping their front splitter lol
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    True. Some cars did roll quite heavily through the corners didnt they?
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    *cough* R35 GTR...
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    I said cars not land yaught.
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    Maybe they just couldn't work the suspension settings in the menu of their vehicle, and were stuck on "Frieghter in a Force Five Hurricane" mode.
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    camera had trouble capturing the barges, keeping them all in focus.
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWzfRHtuPHY]YouTube - land barges all round[/ame]
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    a few stragglers from the roadtrip/superfap album from matyas... still have the pics from the trip back to come.
    Edit: ALSO we forgot to do group photo at the ferrer's rd sign!





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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    Edit: ALSO we forgot to do group photo at the ferrer's rd sign!
    Oh noes...!
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    now i have to drive back down to do that..
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    Feel free. I need an escape from reality.
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    Ditto.

    Also, Matias' blog is good reading. He's ghetto, yo.
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    I hereby proclaim my in-ness for a trip to Ferrer's road. And associated shenanigans.
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