Seems pretty vague. What type of race was it? What car? Was a it a Ford Pinto? Or a Koenigsegg Agera? Pretty important details...So who has raced a car on streets track etc how it go? Just thought about posting this since today I was challenged by a car and left them behind
Yea, but he would've still lost, just not quite as bad. The difference in lap times between F1 cars and even the top MotoGP bikes is just outrageous. There aren't many tracks that they both run (and same layout), but one that comes to mind is COTA. Sure, one can argue that track suits cars more than bikes, but still...Marquez's record lap was about 27-28 seconds slower than Vettel's record lap in his F1 car.I still curse the powers that made that event happen for not figuring out a way to get Casey on at least one of the 'customer' RCVs. THAT would've made for an interesting test.
F1 went single ECU years ago, eliminating all driver aids. Traction control and launch control were eliminated before the V8 days. Today, the clutch engagement on start is done by hand, by the driver. They put the car into gear and hold both paddles. Then they raise the RPM's and when they want to go, they slowly let go of the paddles, which engages the clutch.So, you're saying modern F1 doesn't have electronic driver aids?
Different subject for another thread. My point was, any vehicle with launch control will beat a F1 car off the line. Even the playing field by turning off launch control and the F1 car will zoom by before you can turn your head to see where it's going.Why shut off modern bike electronics, that's what makes them great!
:yo:Sometimes shit doesn't come out of his mouth and I think to myself "Wow, I can agree with Tye"
Then he has to keep opening his mouth and the inevitable stream of sewage flows like the Mississippi in storm season.
I'm sure he could quite easily argue with himself, both sides of the story, and then declare himself right in both cases.