Track lines on various cars: WAS Delrin or Poly bushings?
ur-quattro at msn.com
Thu Aug 19 20:33:47 EDT 2004
Was this the same setup they used in the Toyota Celebrity Challenge, or were
the Challenge cars honest-to-goodness FWD pigs?
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> [mailto:quattro-bounces at audifans.com] On Behalf Of John Larson
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> Subject: Re: Track lines on various cars: WAS Delrin or Poly bushings?
> My good friend Dennis Aase used to talk about "line" and the
> Trans Am and IMSA Audis. He drove his Gurney Toyota (yeah,
> right, a FWD Celica looking thing with RWD and a Hewland
> transaxle!) with style, speed, and a good measure of success.
> However, no matter what line was advantageous for the rest of
> the field, Rohrl, Stuck, and Heywood simply used the "line"
> where nobody else was. Sort of like broken field running.
> I'm of the opinion that "the correct line" for a particular
> car and driving style is the one that works best. Must be
> unnerving to be perfectly on your "line" and see that big ol'
> sedan go motoring right on by
> ............................................... John
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