A 3 on the door would be worth about 50 HP on that thing.
You forget that with no downforce they have to slow down for the turns. You may hit 220 but you are Not going yo carry it through the corner. Look back to the late ‘90’s when the front ride height was 3 inches minimum off the ground and see how that racing went. All the “great” drivers were really competitive because… Read more
I know this may be a pretty unpopular submission, but I have never been able to get over the preportions of the last generation CTS Coupe. There are just huge flat expanses of flat metal and plastic paneling. The belt line is awkwardly high and the rake of the car front to rear makes for odd disparities between the…
Caboose, that’s because you’re facing the rock. They can still see you.
They won a couple of races, but Red Bull Racing Team was still terrible, especially compared to the company’s other racing efforts.
The answer to that doesn’t matter as much as you think. If Maserati is going to sell these in the volume they’re talking about, they need to appeal to waaaaaaay more people than just the driving-obsessed who buy their cars currently. They need to have a crossover appeal to other luxury car shoppers, and they won’t get… Read more
Sweet Tooth from Twister Metal
My vote goes to the Need for Speed Most Wanted M3
The hornet from daytona USA.
This car needs no introduction.
For me, it’s the same car but different game. Cruisin’ USA is what started me on racing video games, and this Ferrari was the default if I remember correctly.
THE Crazy Taxi.
Cruis’n USA Split Window Corvette. The car of choice for fans of ‘Murican Muscle who also played video games.
Captain Falcon’s F-Zero ride (original)
The car from Spy Hunter.