I ran spring mountain east course. When I pulled in and went to take of the valve stem cap (not thinking), I burned my finger. A foot away from the wheel and I could not hold my hand there for very long. Having had several race cars, I have never felt this before,
I see this is an older post but did anyone test these? I had no issue with brake fade on track and I know they are designed to take heat but, after one session I could not get within a foot of the wheels on the car.
Not sure how significant that is. The total number of R's was in line with most years. The production woes for 19 made for significantly less total 350's built
2015 Total 137
2016 Total 6694
2017 Total 7115
2018 Total 4378
2019 Total 3595
2020 Total ?
The higher percentage of Rs in 2019...
As someone posted, they are available and if you want one, Its your car. Why do so many care what others do to a car they dont own? And this particular case it takes nothing to remove it. Dont we have Camaros to pick on :)
They will devalue in time. But part of the equation is inflation and rarely does inflation reverse. Bought a top of the line 98 Cobra new, 28 grand. Funny you mentioned the physician thing. Im a medic, my cardiologist drives a Camaro and I gave him a hard time expecting physicians to drive...
I dont own both but I will say a lot comes down to cost of tracking and how much you do it. The 350, while not cheap is less expensive then a GT500 or a ZL1 1LE. The initial cost of the 911 is much higher. I dont know the 911 line but I can run faster then the standard 911 so, Im not sure its...
What do you tow with? I currently have a 28 foot Bumper pull. I had a 35 foot Goose, a 24 foot bumper and a 20 foot Bumper. In all the 35 foot Goose was an easier pull then most. I added a dome to the front of the current 28 foot and I can steer with 1 finger and it added a mile per gallon.