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Post #1 Fri, Aug 29, 12:35 AM
mafalda
Supercar Messiah - 3914

Quattroruote 09/2008
Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione (PZero Corsa)

Top Speed:
295.973 Kph - 183.91 Mph @ 7100 rpm

Acc Kph
0-100 4.8s
0-160 9.9s
0-200 15.1s
1/4 mile
12.9s @ 183.0 Kph
1 Km
23.0s @ 238.3 Kph

Brakes
100-0 38.6m (-1.02g)
200-0 147.1m (-1.07g)
100-0 dry+ice 83.2m (-0.47g, new record!)

Handling
Vairano Handling
1'19"991 www.supercars.net/PitLane?viewThread=y&gID=3&fID=0&tID=71292&bottom=0

Ski pad 1.06g

Weight: 1768 Kg (with fuel, driver and instruments)

CIVIS ROMANVS SVM

Post #2 Fri, Aug 29, 12:38 AM
mafalda
Supercar Messiah - 3914

Verdict:
WHAT'S GOOD:
- amazing to drive
- Bulding accuracy
- V8: sound
- great on the street

WHAT'S NO GOOD
- Poor luggage van
- poor rear wiew

CIVIS ROMANVS SVM


Edited by mafalda - Fri, Aug 29, 12:43 AM
Post #3 Fri, Aug 29, 1:21 AM
Joao Gois
Alba 4ever - 4091

So, not that bad to drive as Jeremy said. Just as (everyone?) thought: he can't drive italian cars!


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Post #4 Fri, Aug 29, 7:59 AM
PandaBeat
TROLLTASTIC - 96858

I would be more than happy to own any car with that kind of performance, but I think that this car should perform a bit better...
Go get #$%#ed by your dog and eat his shit, you pathetic moronic cum guzzling worm

Post #5 Fri, Aug 29, 9:01 AM
Tipo F130A
Supercar Messiah - 9939

Quote from Joao Gois
So, not that bad to drive as Jeremy said. Just as (everyone?) thought: he can't drive italian cars!

Clarkson probably decided what he was going to say about the car before even driving it. No other road tests have had much negative to say about the handling, look at the Road & Track test.
‘It is very hard, noisy and mechanical, but unerringly honest and communicative,’ says Vivian, before declaring it ‘a proper, hairy-balled supercar’.

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Post #6 Fri, Aug 29, 11:03 AM
tafster
Supercar Messiah - 3842

Quote from Tipo F130A
Clarkson probably decided what he was going to say about the car before even driving it. No other road tests have had much negative to say about the handling, look at the Road & Track test.
he clearly overstated it but it was still total bollocks around their track.
Post #7 Fri, Aug 29, 11:32 AM
Tipo F130A
Supercar Messiah - 9939

Quote from tafster
he clearly overstated it but it was still total bollocks around their track.
Most rwd cars would have been, the lap was done in standing water in case you forgot.
‘It is very hard, noisy and mechanical, but unerringly honest and communicative,’ says Vivian, before declaring it ‘a proper, hairy-balled supercar’.

GT/PSN: TipoF130

Post #8 Fri, Aug 29, 6:50 PM
FerrariKing
Supercar Messiah - 27806

its faster then a 360cs... cant be too bad
Post #9 Fri, Aug 29, 11:22 PM
pershyn
New Member - 4

Scan please!
Post #10 Sat, Aug 30, 12:19 AM
tafster
Supercar Messiah - 3842

Quote from Tipo F130A
Most rwd cars would have been, the lap was done in standing water in case you forgot.
it got totally owned by the old sl55 amg

edit: which ran in similar conditions


Edited by tafster - Sat, Aug 30, 12:19 AM
Post #11 Sat, Aug 30, 7:23 AM
NeoGoatboy
Supercar Messi - 2228


I don't think you can blame Clarkson for the poor performance of the Alfa around the TopGear track. Even in the wet it should have performed better than it did.


The 340R tips the scale at some 600 kilos. On a track it wouldn’t make much difference if you were in a Porsche 911 Turbo or the latest Ferrari. Their ass is grass, and the 340R is a lawn mover

The Austin Metro was a horrible car, improving little in its looks through 20-odd years until its production, by then as the Rover 100, ceased in 1997. There was however a time when, bored with the daily grind, the devil himself visited the Austin works and went all Blue Peter on the little hatchback. He decided to eliminate the weight by making it all out of cereal packets and sticky backed plastic. Then he took out the weedy engine and dropped in a 410bhp V6 where the back seats should be. A bit of widening here and some aerodynamic accoutrements there and the 6R4 was born. A flared, snarling demon that the man downstairs is proud to call his own.


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