autogyro wrote:Considering that 90 percent of those buying these cars wont be capable of getting within 50 percent of the cars capabilities, it is pointless comparing any of them.
When I was involved with car preparation for the Ferrari challenge very few of the rich owner/drivers got anywhere near respectable lap times.
Top Gears test laps with the Stig are a bit better but even here they guess the damp, wet results for convenience. Pointless.
How many 'wunder' car laps on these German tracks are from factory set up runs with good drivers and massaged results for the media?
I know for a fact it was happening up to ten years ago.
ajdavison2 wrote:I might be wrong, but isn't the Aston one-77 the most powerfully naturally aspirated car in the world, not the SLS as Clarkson said?
richard_leeds wrote:A friend popped into the local Merc dealer last week for a service and noted that the SLS showroom price has dropped from £170k to £160k. There were 3 on display in the showroom, surely a sign of excess stock?
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