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    1. #21
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      You need one of Laguna Seca to challenge you for the upcoming USCA event.
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    2. #22
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      Not taking anything away from this killer ride and I'm sure it's absolute incredible to drive, but I will need to call bs on the 1:19 lap times at Willow big track. The formula and sports 2000's we ran in the 90's were running 1.21's.(1100lbs, slicks, 2000cc, 2g's+) formula Atlantics were 1:18's.
      I think fast Z06's today are running around 1:28's.
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      Just think how quick those formula cars and the Z06's would be ...

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      Quote Originally Posted by RSX302 View Post
      Not taking anything away from this killer ride and I'm sure it's absolute incredible to drive, but I will need to call bs on the 1:19 lap times at Willow big track. The formula and sports 2000's we ran in the 90's were running 1.21's.(1100lbs, slicks, 2000cc, 2g's+) formula Atlantics were 1:18's.
      I think fast Z06's today are running around 1:28's.
      I beleive Mary's current powerplant out shines your typical Z06 Corvette. The C5 isnt anything special and a stock C6 is fast but still not at the level of the Camaro.
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    5. #25
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      Quote Originally Posted by mpozzi View Post
      Just think how quick those formula cars and the Z06's would be ...

      Mary P.
      LOL...for sure

      I was out on the big track a few years ago and a new zr1 was turning 1:31's in the pro class. I would guess yours would be better running around 1:28's. Of course a lot has to do with what rubber is used.

      Found this:
      http://fastestlaps.com/tracks/willow_springs.html
      Ron DeRaad
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      The game times are way faster than "real" times.
      67 Camaro RS that will be faster than anything Mary owns.

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      maybe that is really the new & improved cursemobile, not the one at sema a few years ago...


      tell the truth, Sony has been doing all your R&D haven't they?
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      Quote Originally Posted by BonzoHansen View Post
      maybe that is really the new & improved cursemobile, not the one at sema a few years ago...


      tell the truth, Sony has been doing all your R&D haven't they?
      Mary has removed the LS powerplant and installed a Sony physics engine.
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    9. #29
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      Quote Originally Posted by Damn True View Post
      Mary has removed the LS powerplant and installed a Sony physics engine.
      probably a plug in electric setup now - lots of instant on power. but with stupid sony proprietary connectors.
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      Quote Originally Posted by David Pozzi View Post
      The game times are way faster than "real" times.
      All of us watched that guy in the race-prep'ed 911 run in the 1:16 range. He was 16 seconds/lap faster than our best time. It was scary watching him!
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      Quote Originally Posted by David Pozzi View Post
      The game times are way faster than "real" times.
      I would still love to see it "real time" on the big track. I'm sure it would still kill any street car out there. Fastest Track in the West! 100mph average. Turn 8/9 is the big pucker! Not that I need to tell you, but don't take the same line as in the video clip, you'll end up going back in the pits bring some dirt and rocks with you. Lol

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      Quote Originally Posted by CarlC View Post
      All of us watched that guy in the race-prep'ed 911 run in the 1:16 range. He was 16 seconds/lap faster than our best time. It was scary watching him!
      3g's and power = some serious lap times. Unfortunately I've seen when they let go in turn 8 into 9. They don't stop for a while and come back on a flatbed. Scary is right.
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      Quote Originally Posted by CarlC View Post
      All of us watched that guy in the race-prep'ed 911 run in the 1:16 range. He was 16 seconds/lap faster than our best time. It was scary watching him!
      Every year there's a few that show up to the 25hr at Thunderhill. In endurance trim they run about 1:45's
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    14. #34
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      Quote Originally Posted by RSX302 View Post
      I'm sure it would still kill any street car out there
      I retract my comment..I watched Stielow's run. dOH!
      What gives.. One second faster? No love for the Pozzi's.
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      AWESOME!! This is great! As an avid gamer and car guy it doesn't get any cooler than this!
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      It's just good seeing a Muscle Car put the sports cars in there place .......second place .
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