Scratch that itch; Caterham !

Scratch that itch; Caterham !

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upsidedownmark

1,997 posts

100 months

Monday 22nd February
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.. and you're still missing the point with all your numbers, but as you please. The real world isn't static, and however many numbers you want to throw at it, it's not a real problem on track, and certainly not for a road car.

Amris

153 posts

133 months

Monday 22nd February
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Just need a dab of left foot breaking to pull the nose in :-)

bcr5784

5,506 posts

110 months

Monday 22nd February
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upsidedownmark said:
.. and you're still missing the point with all your numbers, but as you please. The real world isn't static, and however many numbers you want to throw at it, it's not a real problem on track, and certainly not for a road car.
For a road car perhaps. On track it is an issue - ask an experienced Caterham instructor.

paul gee

Original Poster:

35 posts

29 months

Friday 26th February
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Thank you all for your observations, fascinating stuff smile It does sound as though my acclimatising to the car won't necessarily be fraught with 'moments', naturally I'll be on the learning curve we are with any new ride. The showroom and factory are still locked down of course but the chance to visit is drawing closer hopefully. Had masses of help from Stuart of Premier Power over the phone too. some nicely engineered mods available from his company smile

braddo

7,576 posts

153 months

Friday 26th February
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bcr5784 said:
upsidedownmark said:
.. and you're still missing the point with all your numbers, but as you please. The real world isn't static, and however many numbers you want to throw at it, it's not a real problem on track, and certainly not for a road car.
For a road car perhaps. On track it is an issue - ask an experienced Caterham instructor.
Jaysus, let it go. It's a non-issue, especially for this thread. The only issue appears to be you having a compulsion to have the last word. Everyone gives up responding to you and you draw the incorrect conclusion that it's because you were right.