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Exige Sport 350 in Mugello and Imola 2018

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That looks like fun. 

The GT3RS  - that looked like quite an aggressive overtaking manoeuvre on the corner - he over cooked it and was lucky to slide into the gravel - Arschloch .

Seems like a lot of Porsche on the track - no surprise i guess. 

 

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Nice, thanks for sharing! Imola looks am amazing (apart from the mental Porsche driver!), would love to drive it one day :)

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Nice, congratulations ... nice idea of the van for transport (better than the cart) :thumbup:

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Both tracks look great fun and the Exige is making a decent account of itself.

BTW, do you know that you're holding lock all the way to corner exit rather than blending into the throttle? I know it's something I've worked on and so I kept noticing it in both vids. It doesn't seem to be losing you a huge amount, but might be something to bear in mind.:thumbup:

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How that van is called? The model name, I see that is a WV. I was looking for something like that but cannot find how to search for  it on used market...

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The manufactorer of the towcar is a company called "Algema" from austria - here's the link to their homapage

http://www.algema.de/fit-zel/speeder/

The special towcar setup I bought is called Fitzel Speeder 46-20 - the chassis is made by VW (T5). The gross limited weight is 3.500 kg, the vehicle payload is about 1.400 kg

They are hard to find, I found mine at mobile.de

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I've been doing a lot of track days with Porsches and Porsche Club Geneva in my Porsche days, and  I can tell you just one thing, the one overtaking is responsible for what he's doing. And you're responsible for your trajectory, not his.... and this is repeated over and over in all briefings before a track day, and I believe on every track around the world.... so don't worry, and be happy ...

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