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If you haven't seen this yet then treat yourself right and watch it. Now.
Go to Youtube itself and look at the comments below video. Some big time worship going on there. Mustang fan. Corvette fan. You simply hate the Camaro. You have to give this car it's props. Impressive.
Question: what is the display in the lower right corner? Does that show us how many G's the car is pulling? If so, it passes 1g quite often. Just wow. Just freaking wow.
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Dear lord help me. I've watched that video several times and I'm about to watch it again. It's just bad ***. Like the youtube comments say, the driver has a pair the size of bowling *****. In the freaking rain at the end for Pete's sake!! Even the exhaust note of the car is freaking awesome.
I havent seen it. Someone commented about it on another site.
According to Al Oppenheiser, it would be up to 6 seconds faster if the track was dry.
"One of the challenges of testing at the 'Ring is that the track is so long that conditions can change radically in a single lap," said Al Oppenheiser, Camaro chief engineer. "Adam Dean, the development driver for Z/28, did a heroic job driving in deteriorating conditions. Based on telemetry data from our test sessions, we know the Z/28 can be as much as six seconds faster on a dry track."
I watched this during lunch today at the office. It was just like I was in the car. It really brings home the endurance and energy required to pull this off -- on the part of the human driver. Truly badass.
"Art, like morality, consists in drawing the line somewhere.", G.K. Chesterton 1997 Z/28 "Jennifer" A4 Convertible, 30th Anniversary Edition - for sunny days 1995 Z/28 "Kermit" M6 Polo Green, T-tops - Mudbone, Jr's 2007 Avalanche A4 Silver Birch 3LT | 1994 Toyota Hilux Extra Cab M5 4x4 2006 Honda Civic Graphite EX 4-door, M5 | 2006 Honda Civic Atomic Blue EX 4-door, A4