How to take a hairpin...

al

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This is all class... Gets some decent air at the start too.
 

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That certainly looked cool, don't know if it was the fastest way around, but certainly good..:D :headbang: . - Chris
 

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CHRI'S16 said:
That certainly looked cool, don't know if it was the fastest way around, but certainly good..:D :headbang: . - Chris

I know, it looks really slow... It is pretty tidy though.
 

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al said:
I know, it looks really slow... It is pretty tidy though.
... actually i never thought or said it was slow, just think you could go quicker with a less exagerated flick... never the less very well executed, certainly makes for fun watching, the old evo6/7 were also my favs mitsis.. - Chris
 

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I have seen that before.

Still, that is Freaking AMAZING dirving. LOVE the way he takes tha hairpin, it's just insane!
 

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bit accidental...

not even jelous? :p
 

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Fantastic driving.

Who were the geese parking their cars at the hairpin though!!!!

Reminds me a bit of the late, great Possum Bourne going through the cattle grid sideways....cannot find the footage, but well worth the look if anyone has it available.
 

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Okay.
I am jumping in late here.

A 2 Litre D will take a 90 degree bend at 70mph. flat on the ground, with the assend fishtailing like a crackead running after his next load of junk.
Don't call me Batman. Call me DaffyDuck.

Hydraulic shift cars are even more fun, and have more power.
 

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Not only does the DS/ID corner well when flattened, they have been known to fly.
Not quite as well as an A_380, but waaay better than a Toyota truck.
Been there.
Done that.
ANd this post is proof.
 

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Hey Daffy...looks like your Mehari might have flown a time or two! And I say don't drink and drive, smoke and fly!!:joker:
 
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