Clio 200 on Track - Videos

Discussion in 'Video Clips & Multimedia' started by MadUsa1, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. MadUsa1

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    Your tyres must have taken a punishing!
     
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    not exactly a smooth driving style there dude?
     
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    nah, just having some fun playing with the limits of the car.

    Spent plenty of time driving smoothly as well but just cut together these few corners of hooliganism to show how easily the car can be thrown around :smile:
     
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    ah fair play.
    sorry to criticizing there, i know everyone in the world thinks their the best driver out there but i was just abit like...what?? how was it chucking it madly about looks fun.
     
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    yeah the car has very friendly limits - breaks grip easily at both ends and nicely adjustable if you really provoke it :smile:

    By the way, I find if you really get comfortable with a car's behaviour once you breach the limits you have a bit more confidence to push up to the limits during normal lap-time orientated track driving.
     
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    a better technique to get the rear end to play is instead of flicking the car into the corner try a smoother turn in at speed then as the car pivots - lift off. the rear end should start to overtake the front... then catch it with the throttle and drift around the corner :smile:
     

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