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Offline Aircon

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Hard to deduce anything from the length of circuit main straights because you have an entry speed way in excess of 100kmh at PI.

true....but being a helpful soul, I just answered the question :)

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true....but being a helpful soul, I just answered the question :)

I know, just pointing it out for the others :p



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I reckon the airstrip might be really good for playing with the Speciale's new computer Side Slip Control. In theory you could do it on a race track;  but in reality if you tried it they would throw you off in very short order. In theory you could emulate Chris Harris and try it on the open roads too; but that would be just plain dumb.

I reckon the airstrip is probably the best environment for it.



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It will be a session of much experimentation. :)



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I reckon the airstrip is probably the best environment for it.

should be good...

something like this....

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Sure as hell not with me driving :p

I'll have a go Scottski, I'm crazy enough.  :D

Providing I start in Cowes and have a tail wind. ;)



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I'll have a go Scottski, I'm crazy enough.  :D

Providing I start in Cowes and have a tail wind. ;)

 :D






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Another thing to consider is you wouldn't want to do this too often. A replacement set of pads runs into the thousands and you don't even want to think about replacing discs. Retail on those is about $7k a pop last time I checked on the Scuderia.

on the race cars (GT) the preferred option is steel rotors, all it takes is a mechanic not thinking straight and chips a carbon disc, plus doing pit stops can be tedious at best, having carbon discs just creates another issue. Ever notice the the F1 discs are protected with a outer shield, it would be for heat etc but also doing a lightning pit stop last thing you want is Luigi or Giuseppe ruining a race.
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