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    Default Practice day at stadium on Continental slicks 8-9-14

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQJYJv--fWk

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    Very Cool...



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    Very little tire squeal, impressive.....

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    The STI is usually a little better, very good driver & the awd on a (low grip) parking lot course, plus smaller size of the car (on tight autox course) are factors. If the course design has some slightly longer "straight" segments I win.

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    Cool! Looks like a blast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by froggy47 View Post
    The STI is usually a little better, very good driver & the awd on a (low grip) parking lot course, plus smaller size of the car (on tight autox course) are factors. If the course design has some slightly longer "straight" segments I win.


    I didn't see the STI badge, yeah awd with lsd is hard to compete with. The launch awd can get is phenomenal, I think that the big awd 4500-5000 lbs Porsche Turbo four door hatch back car (Cayanne?) can do a 0-60 in under 3 seconds, that is litre sportbike territory.
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