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Old 10-04-2010, 10:16 AM   #11
craz azn
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Originally Posted by bmwm5lover View Post
The reason WHY I would never run Mosport. **** that shit.
Kinda ignorant statement Terry. You ran both Cayuga and Shannonville, and it's no different; same piece of pavement like any other track. Pretty much all the same risk involved at those 150+ speeds. Trust me, the adrenaline alone will keep you driving in the right direction when you get onto Mosport

Originally Posted by dble Trouble View Post
Yet you'll do 160+km down city streets during the midnight cruise???

****that shit! At least on a track you're only jeopardizing yourself and your passenger if you have one, on the street it's anybody.

Not to mention both accidents were driver error, and a big brain fart. If you're concerned about your ride, you drive accordingly, if you're looking to set new lap records you run the risk. On another note, you ran your car at cayuga, yet that track can be MORE dangerous than Mosport.
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