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Jon  4m ago

The AMG and prosche did really well considering the bhp deficit to the cars above it. Obvs track ability isn't everything to track times I know but still


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Fastedee  4m ago

As for the ACR...even this titan may struggle against the peerless Americans mightiest track monster. You never know though. It was a crime to cancel such a monument to automotive excellence done only as my fine neighbours to the south can do.
The Viper will return when Dodge realizes their great error.


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Fastedee  4m ago

With every lap this car further asserts itself as a mighty track weapon. It would do a 7:05 or faster factory lap at the Nordschliefe. MT should do a head to head with this and a ZO6.


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BR2+  4m ago

I would like to see them do a real difference between Dry, Damp, Wet track times, I remember years ago they said for an actual wet lap, You know track full of water, Automatic car, Rwd the time would be a 9s difference then a dry.

Along with a high powered manual Rwd car in the damp would add to a 2.5s difference, Like a Carrera GT, C6 ZR1, M600, And half that with an automated Awd car on both, But they didnt mention anything about tyre compound and size, Along with how big or low the power would be in the differences, But i think as technology gets better, And there is more electronic interference, Driver aids, The difference between wet, dry, damp become less and less.


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saxy  4m ago

It was a damp track indeed. I would imagine their lap times be at least as fast as the ACR given it's a standing start

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