I get where you’re coming from, but the series is trying to reach new markets. Not just engage existing ones. Also: Dirtfish is behind ARX, so I think they have a vested interested in its success. Even out of their usual location.
That’s kind of the idea of taking this car, with that budget in mind.
Cannot be acquired for under $300k. Not even close.
Drive a GT3RS. You’ll change your mind.
This with a couple sets of wheels, pallets of Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 rubber, and a few stacks of PCCBs. Then install a hardwired K40 radar detection system paired with a Valentine One stuck to the windscreen.
Yeah. I agree on those points. Really want to see more action, particularly on this smaller circuit.
Ha. That was supposed to say second and third. Not third and fourth. Long, hot day out there yesterday. Sometimes my brain works.
ARX will have it live on their facebook and YouTube pages.
I have a hunch that’s Harry Metcalfe’s.
It’s a smart move, even if you don’t track your car. Those things are a good price pad.
That’s assuming someone isn’t a total asshole to their 4400-lb car.
Just opt for the California yellow-on-black plates. No URL, and tons of cool points.
As someone that has owned a car with ceramic brakes, the easiest solution is to take off the fancy brake rotors, slap on a set of good steel ones, drive the car until you’re ready to sell it, and then put the fresh carbon rotors back on. Avoids the $20k brake job, and keeps a fresh set of carbon disks ready for the…
It’s an honor, sir.
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You’re lucky. I could stand to lose a few pounds. The seats fit me nicely, but I’d love about two more inches of lumbar.
Nah. Just addresses.
I just spent several days in a BMW 4 Series convertible, and its suspension was as comfortable on the highway as this.
Scraping off the pickup. Still has plenty of good rubber left on it.