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FastestLaps  4y ago

I improved it and it works better now. It is now actually possible to find Porsche 911 R :D :D :D


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fakekillerfour  5y ago

"Chevorlet Camaro ZL1 (Mk VI)" need to be fixed to "Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 (Mk VI)".
https://fastestlaps.com/models/chevorlet-camaro-zl1


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BR2+  5y ago

If you cant find a car, Wouldnt you just try an alternate spelling? Like MP4-12C, Or MP4, Or 12C? I dont think its a hassle to do this....650.......S lol


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Freakz  5y ago

The people who visit this website should be able to view what ever car they want without any hassle: Ease of navigation is a top priority for a web page. Besides an inaccurate name is a concern. There aren't even suggestions if you type "650S" (in the correct way) in the search result.


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BR2+  5y ago

.....Dont think thats a huge concern..........


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Freakz  5y ago

"McLaren 650 S" is suppose to be "650S" (without any spacing). It has been bothering me for the longest time :/
(I was scratching my head when the webpage was telling me "Sorry, nothing was found..." when I searched up the car).

Both versions need to be fixed to "McLaren 650S" and "McLaren 650S Spider".


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FastestLaps  5y ago

Its not that bad. If you want to find say the latest gt3, you have find it by "911 991 gt3", "991 gt3" etc. The 991 chassis designation is the main keyword here. There are so many 911s that you cant just search by "911" or even "911 gt3". Its the same for any search engine.