mwoodski
mwoodski
1/3/20
10:34 PM
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The old GT500 Supras had turbo 4's in them, and they still were.

12/27/19
3:25 PM
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...because it started out as a basic casting of a stock FD.

12/27/19
3:24 PM
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It’s coming, don’t get your panties in a twist.

12/27/19
3:22 PM
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No Supra because Hot Wheels didn’t have the Toyota license for a period of time. Read more

12/10/19
8:58 PM
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Ute was just short for Utility which is what all pickups are.

12/9/19
8:31 PM
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The Busch Series Nova Dale Jr is currently restoring is also a car that raced in 1987...

11/15/19
3:54 PM
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The Chrysler project from that time was great because they used essentially a World of Outlaws sprint car engine.

11/15/19
1:55 PM
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The Audi will still look good fifteen years from now, the Benz will not.

11/6/19
2:59 PM
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That’s all down to the manufactures wanting to market a specific model of car.

11/5/19
12:48 PM
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The A90 is cheaper when adjusted for inflation than even the non-turbo A80 was.

10/16/19
8:20 AM
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Fuji Speedway exists with a mile long straight and has been like that for pretty much forever. Read more

10/15/19
4:10 PM
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no plates on the cars anymore, so they’re not plate races.

9/18/19
4:19 PM
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Buick was kept specifically because of the Chinese market.  It was a good move in the long run.

9/9/19
3:03 PM
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The Chaser and Mark II’s are also there.

9/5/19
3:23 PM
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All of the crash structures in an Indycar are far beefier than a road course only open wheel car specifically because of the high speed ovals.  IIRC the side impact protection is nearly twice as thick on an Indycar than an F1 car.