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Re: Audi & F1

Actually racing cars tend to sound better *without* turbos -- an exhaust
turbocharger acts, to some degree, as a muffler, and damps those
wonderful engine notes.  The glorious scream of a nornally aspirated V10
turning 15,000 times a minute just can't be beat!

Looking forward to the Canadian GP in Montreal -- only one month to go!

Tom Haapanen -- Software Metrics Inc. -- Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
A Microsoft Solution Provider Partner -- http://www.metrics.com/

>-----Original Message-----
>Date: Tue, 13 May 1997 06:09:33 -0400
>From: Allan Jones <ampj@tiac.net>
>Subject: Re: Audi & F1
>	Although I am a fairly new fan of F1, I've been completely sucked
>in...I now get up on Sunday mornings! to watch races live and I am also
>reading various F1 articles in publications to absorb as much info as
>possible...I don't even read PPG CART articles anymore! I am still
>clueless, however, about all the differences, specs, and rules. But
>after reading the above posts, what I really want to know is how they
>make the engines sound so god-damned thrilling without using