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And the mystery car they woud'nt tell us other than it has a spider on it and will be unvailed in the next week or so


thats the Zonda (2 japanese symbols) model....

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Found a super market afterwards got the essentials to tie me over until meeting the Honda brass tonight



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That's pretty much my dream zonda. A street legal zonda with the REvolucion body work. Blue carbon.  :faint:



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Thanks for the photos!

When I went to Bingo Sports a couple of years ago I was told no photos, they must've relaxed their stance a bit.



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The carbon behind the rear wheels is gunna need a lot of clear plastic changed often as it'll get punished.

Bit silly to place carbon there like that.

I wonder if old mate did proper wind tunnel testing, or just kept bolting wings and shit on to make her look like a time attack car? :p



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The carbon behind the rear wheels is gunna need a lot of clear plastic changed often as it'll get punished.

Bit silly to place carbon there like that.

I wonder if old mate did proper wind tunnel testing, or just kept bolting wings and shit on to make her look like a time attack car? :p

The whole car was wrapped in clear but i dont think this car will ever hit the track



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The carbon behind the rear wheels is gunna need a lot of clear plastic changed often as it'll get punished.

Bit silly to place carbon there like that.


Not if the correct epoxy is used, you can get very high impact proof systems these days that are made for taking hits from stones etc. They tend to be a high temp cure process though.
Roll on summer



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