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Old 15th June 2007, 04:40   #321
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Am I missing something? Why isn't there any chirping in the second and third gears in these races?
i think its because the airfield had some stripes on it to give better grip. check out the pictures

Did the cars experienced more tire noise/vibration with th new pavement? and in the last video the sound is way off! but very very nice collection of cars! congratilations once again boss.

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Old 15th June 2007, 05:18   #322
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May we see all the videos in time for Supercar Shootout III?


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Since the airfield have excellent grip:



"There was no problem with the traction at all from a rolling start, not even with the SLR. Some car managed a short "shirp" but no more.

The cause for that was that the pavement on the airfield landing track was prepared with transversal grooves some 1/4" wide and deep, that had been cut every 2" all the way down the track. This is done to get better friction in all weather conditions during hard braking when aircraft are landing."
I used the US Launch control at the end of the day on Saturday after all the cars had left. I COULD NOT spin my tires. I was only able to chirp my wheels through the third gear, but that was it! Grip was OUTSTANDING!!! In fact, I had a final speed at the end of the strip that was only 1 kph slower than from a rolling start at the cones.
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if we wait any longer for these vids the guys at mbworld really are going to think there's some "editing" going on!
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Old 15th June 2007, 14:44   #325
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It would be even more fun with a '4S' badge.
I've actually driven a RUF R Turbo (550 hp) C4S lookalike, at least from the rear.







More pics from the RUF Driver's Training with manyu Rufs, Carrera GTs, CCR etc.
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Didn't know you had a chipped RS6 there. Can't wait to see the atom in action!!!!

Oh and that Cobra sounds the sex!!!
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Wow, that was interesting. Was the Launch further away from the cones, so you ahd around 50 km/h when you passed the cones?

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I used the US Launch control at the end of the day on Saturday after all the cars had left. I COULD NOT spin my tires. I was only able to chirp my wheels through the third gear, but that was it! Grip was OUTSTANDING!!! In fact, I had a final speed at the end of the strip that was only 1 kph slower than from a rolling start at the cones.
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Come on Gustav! Its Friday and still no action. Finnish up the week right and post a real race!
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Two new movies are online: The Supra vs the BMW M6 + two intro movies :p


First movie: Introduction of the participants

View it on Veoh. (12,5 min, best quality)

View it on Dailymotion (12,5 min)

View it on Google Video.

View it on Youtube (10 min)


Second movie: Evening before the big day: Kelleners BMW M6 vs 650+ HP Toyota Supra Go here.

In the very near future it is time again with one more report.

Third movie: Introduction of the participants II


View it on Youtube.


PS. Cna you ask why Allan banned me? Yes, Allan is banned here because he was not serious in his posts.


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I'm getting impatient toooooo

I really would like to see a real race. Carrera GT vs. SLR vs. Ariel Atom vs. Ferrari 612 or even better the R Turbo vs. the CGT. Gimme gimme gimme.
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