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I'm going to wait two years and buy a used one, already depreciated for $25 grand.
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No lap times given for Spring Mountain? Disappointing...
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No lap times given for Spring Mountain? Disappointing...
When they had the car at Houston MSR for testing and videoing, John wasn't at all interested in having a lap time established. I suspect it was because the car that they had on the track was a customer car that had already been purchased, and they wanted to keep the risk of damaging the car to a minimum. The car was insanely fast in a straight line, but it failed to impress me through the tight stuff.

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When they had the car at Houston MSR for testing and videoing, John wasn't at all interested in having a lap time established. I suspect it was because the car that they had on the track was a customer car that had already been purchased, and they wanted to keep the risk of damaging the car to a minimum. The car was insanely fast in a straight line, but it failed to impress me through the tight stuff.
Interesting... maybe the new owner will set some times...
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