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> engineering concepts are not very subjective. the lighter your car is,
> the fewer engineering problems there are to solve.
Except the Big One, of course, which is making it lighter in the first place
(if you've ever tried to do this, even on a race car, you'll appreciate just
how damn difficult it can be, especially if you're on a budget). Heavy cars
are easy to engineer ... just add more metal here, then add more metal there
to compensate and repeat ad infinitum.
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