things are already bad enough. I don't think stopping the car with the rear end still in the track is a smooth move. like the GT2 has done here.
And for all of the armchair race car drivers in here, at least these guys have the balls to take their cars (that likely cost more than my house) to the track and give them a run rather than hard parking on Sunday mornings at Starbucks. Mistakes happen. At least this one happened on a track.
I don't really understand why he was diving towards the inside of the turn like that. If he missed his braking point, you'd think he'd be trying to go straight on to the left. This looks like some sort of insane overtaking attempt but really I'm guessing he just missed his braking point and was hoping the Pagani wouldn't turn in...
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Originally Posted by Phillie Phanatic
I remember when the camera car behind me was baffled by my line and posted the following,
"A unique line through turn 1, as performed by an EVO driver. I was impressed that he drove away after this maneuver with only a bruised ego. Those EVOs are tough cars!"
"Dave Stanley9 years ago
Update - it turns out a brake problem was the inspiration for this. 100+ mph with no brakes must be real exciting!"
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