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Discussion in 'Car Comparisons' started by srsocx, Jan 19, 2011.
the gt2 in forza motorsport 3 is incredibly boring to drive. but prolly not realistic.
stuff from the 80s and 90s are my fave
which version? the Superleggera Marangoni or the CCXXXS Type R?
barely legal, like Monteverdi Hai 650 F1 , pure racers , light and powerfull , with high rev engines, no turbo , no superchargers, just NA old F1 engine <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
p.s. Monteverdi Hai 650 F1 is build on original 1989 Monteverdi/Onyx team F1 official car chsssis/suspension plus F1 engine <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
850 kg, 578 [email protected] rpm , red line at about 12.000/13.000 revs...
Still the most extreme sportscar in my opinion. Would love to see an article on it, or at least a picture of the interior.
That would be the highest category imaginable.
It is the ultimate road vehicle. The LM is just truely on its own.
Its got all of the qualities youd expect to find in the ultimate machine.
Except for modern carbon ceramic brakes there is nothing else.
I am just not into forced induction at this level of engineering (and cost). I want a raw big displacement V12 that can just scream, and the featherlight weight that goes with extra fanatical engineering.
The above reasons are what attract me to the Zonda Cinque over something like a CCR or a Veyron.
Whoa, easy there mouthbreather, you're starting to sound like RB.
orange f1lm is the weird one, IIRC. All into conspiracies and such.
Still the ultimate sportscar in my opinion, and the second best looking.
There are few others that are even more extreme, like TVR Speed 12, Monteverdi 650 F1, Yamaha OX99-11, Caparo T1, Venom GT, and the Zonda R, etc. But the F1LM has more racing pedigree than any of those, and looks much better IMO. Still love the central seating position.
Can you children not resist your impulse to try to ruin the topic for the sake of everyone? Why don't you just leave if you don't want to contribute to the topic, I don't get you clowns, 20,000 rpm included.
You forgot 1993 Jiotto Caspita Mark 2 with original F1 Judd GV V10
- only street legal car with F1 engine and pneumatic valve springs system...
here is the same engine in Dallara F1 car
- so you can hear the sound of it <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
p.s. and here is Monteverdi Hai 650 F1 - interior
Thanks a lot. I have been looking for picture like this one for many years now.
Just as I thought, it's about as bare as a sportscar interior gets, yet looks quite nice with all those carbon fiber. I like it more than the interior of the F40.
Yamaha OX99-11 please and thank you
skylines with artificial intelligence and castrol toms supras with aftermarket turbos and fly by wire transmissions
also lister storms and porsche gt3s and ferrari f40s; the last ferrari that wasn't kinda gay
The R35 GT-R is GT right?
Whatever catagory corvettes and vipers fall into.
Rubbermaid Disposable POS
that's the category