Put it on a trailor, drive 100 miles away, roll it off the side of an Interstate embankment and call Cadillac Road Side Assistance.curious to know how it happend... posting these pics could lead to this guys insurance company and him not see a check for his car.
You're just sayin' .... break the law in so many different ways it's not funny? What do you tell the kind member of the local constabulary when he rolls up to the "accident" scene? He's going to need to make a police report about this, right? (answer: yes). Are you going to lie to him? Hmmmm... not a wise move.Put it on a trailor, drive 100 miles away, roll it off the side of an Interstate embankment and call Cadillac Road Side Assistance.
Im just sayin
I spent a bit of time looking at their setup in the morning before they had tires on.hope you brake duct guys got some pointers from the Vr
You know how, when you take a turn, you start at the outside of the turn, turn in and bring the car all the way to the inside, then start going back to the outside as your back on the throtle? The apex is the inside part. They ususlly have cones or markers giving you an idea where you should start the turn, the apex, and the end of the turn. The apex is not always in the middle of a turn. It all depends on whats before and after the turn.what the apex is exactly.... i think i have an idea but what is it exactly...
and thats why i cant wait to go.. to make me a better driver and really learn what this car can do so that i can enjoy more track days!
Please grab "Secrets of Solo Racing,” by Henry A. Watts and the “Speed Secrets” books by Ross Bentley, and read one or both before your first HPDE. You may not "get" everything, but they are a great way to be prepared. The more you know before the HPDE day the better you will enjoy it. Both of the books have much more then you need, but at least you will have some good background when your HPDE instructors give their lessons.ok thanks for clearing that up for me.. and i understand that it might not be in the exact middle because the fastest way through a turn is straight so that maybe at a different spot in every turn...