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Offline martz


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From what I have seen on FB I gather you are around my area, or at least my side of brisbane.

Did you really just say "dat"?

Sure did haha and feel like a twat now! I was heavily drunk after Melbourne Cup when I wrote that >.<



Offline martz


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as boring as this sounds, I suggest leaving it on the road, and not taking it to the track.

Gosh that does sound boring, I'll pretend I didn't read your post!! :P



Offline andecorp

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Gosh that does sound boring, I'll pretend I didn't read your post!! :P
Road cars for road and track cars for track. The Aventador is much more fun on the road, in the country, where there is no other traffic around. A dedicated track car not only would cost a fraction of the Aventador, it would be more fun on the track.
You make something idiotproof, they'll make a better idiot.



Offline anotherforumuser

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Road cars for road and track cars for track. The Aventador is much more fun on the road, in the country, where there is no other traffic around. A dedicated track car not only would cost a fraction of the Aventador, it would be more fun on the track.
Even more fun if you find another exotic owner to drive with. The only road cars id track would be a Lotus, a Porsche or a ricer.



Offline Brenton

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Road cars for road and track cars for track. The Aventador is much more fun on the road, in the country, where there is no other traffic around. A dedicated track car not only would cost a fraction of the Aventador, it would be more fun on the track.

BORING

mate if you dad wants to track it I say go nuts and double thumbs up to him.
post the pics and vids




If you want to track it regularly then Andecorp is absolutely spot on.
get one of those west / radical  things for a fraction of the cost and will be much quicker and more fun



Offline Brenton

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Even more fun if you find another exotic owner to drive with. The only road cars id track would be a Lotus, a Porsche or a ricer.

My porsche was not that good on the track (It would need to be a gt3 for it to be good but I have a friend with a gt3  RS that stopped tracking it as he believed it was a to good road car to track) but my ricer is sensational on the track

I have not driven a lotus so don't know



Offline andecorp

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Lotus no good either. Between my road car and the race car there is a HUGE chasm.
You make something idiotproof, they'll make a better idiot.



Offline Brenton

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Lotus no good either. Between my road car and the race car there is a HUGE chasm.

yep there you go...

my ricer would have been half useless in factory spec on the track, It is my after market stupidly huge brakes that make it good fun.



Offline amgsl55

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yep there you go...

my ricer would have been half useless in factory spec on the track, It is my after market stupidly huge brakes that make it good fun.

I used to track my NA MX5 road car, it was fun.  then I decided to import another NA MX5 stripped it and built it up as a track car.  As andecorp says -  huge chasm!



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