Thread: Driving HARD
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Old 01-26-2001, 09:52 AM
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I'm sorry. I have to play the role of the know-it-all butthead who has the tales of misery to try to change the way you drive Hottee. Last summer, my 16 year-old cousin tried to see which was stronger...a brick sign or his Camaro. The sign won and he killed himself and his best friend. My only point is that if you really feel that you get a lot of enjoyment out of running your car hard, find a racing class that you can enter. That way, you get to learn your car's true limits, you can run it as hard as you want, and you don't endanger anyone else's life but your own. Even then, your much safer on a track because they try to put run-down areas in the places where you are likely to lose it.
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