0 to 60 in under two seconds.

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1. It's easy to make cars go really fast.
2. It's much harder to make them accelerate quickly.
3. It's really really hard to make them stay on the road when they are accelerating.
4. It's even harder to make them turn. --scott
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Scott Dorsey
Not at all. You reduce friction and wind resistance, and you gear up heavily. Might take you an hour or two to get up to speed, but your speed is limited only by your drag.
Now, if you don't have an hour or two to get up to speed... THEN you have a different problem, namely acceleration. That's harder. --scott
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