ernos5 wrote:okay some more ideas maybe
-Possibly V12 limited in engine size maybe 4 or 5 lites.
-twin turbo and or superchargers allowed
-aerodynamic pieces covering front of the wheel not the whole way round other wise it isn't really open wheel racing, more like LeMans style cars
-larger brakes than today's f1 cars
-OVERALL MAKE THE CARS SOO FAST THAT THE DRIVER IS THE WEAKNESS, MAKE IT THAT THE CAR CAN WITHSTAND ANY SPEED POSSIBLE FOR THE DRIVER TO ENTER THE CORNER AT, MAKE IT SO THAT THE DRIVER GOES AT FAST AS HE CAN UNTIL IT'S HURTS HIM FROM TOO MANY G'S.
that would be interesting lol
xpensive wrote:Forever the nostalgic, but I would love to see the old Group 7 sportscars back, like in the Can Am series. Imagine that, a no-limits racing series with modern technology, 2000 Hp+, ground-effects, anti-spin/lock and the entire gizmo-shabang?
Due to the outrageous costs involved, only six races a year at Suzuka, Road America, Monza, Monaco, the Indy-oval and finally the old Nurburgring.
The fantastic Longford track on Tasmania, with railway crossing and all, or Targa Florio would be the ultimate challenge for such cars, but possibly a little bit dangerous.
All races to have the classic Le Mans running-start of course, but with a drive-thru penalty for drivers who don't buckle-up properly.
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