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Old 26th October 2011, 10:14   #1
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Bugatti Veyron Super Sport VS. Koenigsegg Agera R 0-200 mph / 0-322 kph

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These cars should line up against AMS 12 GTR and UGR Gallardo. 2 miles dragrace and rolling start from 100.
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Why rolling start? A proper race is from a dig!
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Why rolling start? A proper race is from a dig!
Bad start, bad traction, bad driver, ..

Comparing cars = rolling start or repeat tests with the same driver

Comparing drivers + cars = standing start
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UGR driver: 'let's race from 2nd gear from around 70'

GTR driver: 'I do it from the one that's more convenient for me'

I think that says enough, but after all it doens't matter cause the faster (Italian) car will win anyway..
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