Just a mere 300BHP is all that is required:
Bear with me, rally material seems to be a bit scarce on youtube. Remember,
this is just a fun day and is just that.
So, why 1048BHP, unless you are competing in a boring sport like drag
racing? Or if watching rolling road graphs is something that excites you?
On Tue, 15 Jan 2008 12:16:37 -0000, "R. Mark Clayton"
Hmmm, about 5 seconds I would think!
Actually, having had a look at the site, he appears to have done it
properly! It's all been uprated, so it looks like it would go, stop
and even do corners!
I wonder if Top Gear could put it round their track?! :-)
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