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    Minor problem at the track

    A bit of glue and paint should fix this.

    SHHHH! Be vewy vewy qwiet, I'm huntin Hammersquatch.

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    Last edited by fave; 08-10-2013 at 12:03 PM.
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    It will buff right out.
    The problem is not the car.....it's the biscuits.

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    Which track is that?
    I didn't renew my FCA membership...

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    I need to repost the video, it doesn't show the turtle I went over where the damage must have happened.
    Last edited by fave; 08-10-2013 at 11:21 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerritv View Post
    Warranty claim?
    What do you say Rock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay GT4 View Post
    Which track is that?
    That's the small track at Mosport, where the Bridgestone open wheel classes are done.

    They are tearing it up this year, making it longer and better, it's really tight, good for learning on but hard on the cars.

    The oval track beside it has been torn up, hopefully they will use that land for this track as well and double it in size.

    Good news is I was moved up to the advanced... maybe another year and I will get solo, or maybe back to novice now.
    Last edited by fave; 08-10-2013 at 11:36 PM.
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    My car's for sale...
    I didn't renew my FCA membership...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay GT4 View Post
    My car's for sale...
    I need some parts.. $2500
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    add a zero and we'll talk...you need a dedicated track car anyway.
    I didn't renew my FCA membership...

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    We were being taught about fast in and fast out instead of slow in fast out techniques, allot more brake allot later and rolling of the brake quicker with more aggressive lines. So I was being much more aggressive on the braking and the steering, made some mistakes as you would learning / trying something new. I think my instructor crapped himself a few times.

    Traditional Slow in Fast Out
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    Racing Line Fast in Fast Out
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    And the instructor showed us this video of Senna cornering in an NSX... always good to watch Senna before you hit the track

    Watch how aggressive he is steering and feathering the throttle during the turn, and in loafers!


    Last edited by fave; 08-10-2013 at 11:56 PM.
    SHHHH! Be vewy vewy qwiet, I'm huntin Hammersquatch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay GT4 View Post
    add a zero and we'll talk...you need a dedicated track car anyway.
    I think I have one now. Besides I need my Trans Am before another GT4
    SHHHH! Be vewy vewy qwiet, I'm huntin Hammersquatch.

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    You using ADDCO sway bars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by F355 Challenge View Post
    You using ADDCO sway bars?
    I think he just went to Radio Shack and picked up some speaker wire...obviously he bought the wrong gauge wire!
    I didn't renew my FCA membership...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fave View Post
    What do you say Rock?
    your driving is much improved,
    rocksauto.ca

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    the lower control arm broke, I will know the extent of the damage monday.

    doesn't look too bad and no one got hurt.
    rocksauto.ca

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    Quote Originally Posted by rock View Post
    your driving is much improved,
    So no to a warranty claim then. Got to at least get CAA platinum.
    SHHHH! Be vewy vewy qwiet, I'm huntin Hammersquatch.

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    Rock's way of saying no is to ignore the original question....or to refer you to the "office manager"
    I didn't renew my FCA membership...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fave View Post
    A bit of glue and paint should fix this.


    Cool vid! Just like SPEED Channel!

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