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« on: October 30, 2012, 10:47:21 PM »

The Gen 5 Viper came in about 5th place in the fastest 2013 supercars.  They said it's an approximation.  ZR1 corvette only managed 6th in a tie.

I ran these cars and spanked them all with my Sapphire/silver GTS.  There was no Veyron SS.  I spanked that easily in my TT GTS at Mojave Mile and I only needed a touch more than a half mile to beat the Veyron SS's mile speed,  :lol:

I can't beleive that ugly 4 door Ferrari stationwagon was a 5th place car. 

Oh well, If SRT really wanted to post a real time for comparing all the other supercars ... they WERE INVITED to the Race the Base.  The Blue GTS was at the California Concours the weekend before in California - and easy 2 day drive to Cold Lake Alberta.

Didn't they give you the messages form Zahir Rana and myself Ralph?   :idk:

Oh well, they gave the Viper the benefit of the doubt and posted it faster than the ZR1 soooooo, I'm happy.  I would have been MUCH happier ir our pride and joy's continuance would have been there spanking those exotics with me ...  The Venom 650R GTS was a 558whp Viper and classed about equal to a Gen 4 (of which there was none there). 
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« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2012, 09:41:04 PM »

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