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Old 31st January 2010, 12:06   #76
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4 wheels = greater grip
Greater grip = later braking, faster cornering in tight bends

2 wheels = power to weight
power to weight = faster acceleration out of corners and generally a faster top speed

2 wheels also = instant sex appeal, the envy of your cager friends, no traffic jams, wheelies, fun, more for your money, no trouble average speed cameras or forward facing speed cameras and easy parking.

Except for Bugatti Veyeron and CCX and maybe some niche cars

^^thought to dig this up as it was in '05 when SBK's were available legally and now that BMW's, Audi and Porsche have landed
hope everyone takes this in right spirit

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