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I live in the south of France.
I have a 192 hp Exige S2 1995 from 2 years.
I do 95% of the track day.

I modified my Lotus as:

- oil pan Moroso
- Gear box C-One
- Biasing differential QUAIFE
- Supercharger Vision Fonction Stage 2 MP900
- 4 discs 308 mm AP Racing
- Brake pads Carbone Lorraine RC6
- Reduced Bump Steering Arm kit Eliseparts
- 4 shocks absorber Nitron Track days
- Snap Off LIR
and a big pile of other parts that cost me all my money, I do not even want to calculate how much, if my wife found out, she would divorce immediately : D

Sorry for my english really bad : Eek:


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Very cool, looks like fun.
 

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Welcome, you're lucky to be able to drive an Exige on the French roads; on my last two trips while driving on the French highways I didn't encounter a single gendarme - only endless fields of sun flowers and an occasional grand mother driving a diesel Peugeot at 150 Kph.
 

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Nice selection of tracks!

Do they close the runway at Bourbonnais when cars are using the track?

Are the curvy roads in the foreground at Ales a closed rally circuit?

Is Lurcy Levy ever used for drag racing? Airplanes?
 

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Nice selection of tracks!

Do they close the runway at Bourbonnais when cars are using the track?

Are the curvy roads in the foreground at Ales a closed rally circuit?

Is Lurcy Levy ever used for drag racing? Airplanes?
Bourbonnais is a recent track bike / car, it is close to the airport. Both work at the same time.
A Alés yes, there are two tracks, the winding is the rally track.
Lurcy Levy is plotted on a former airfield. There is still another line very close used by aircraft.
 
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