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Inquiring minds need to know, is the car under the influence of mysterious magnetic powers?
Magnebraid. Ho hum.
Ok...mags are for...racers other than me. No mag in the 936 Livingston...get it? Got it? Good!
You have how many mags in that thing? Three, I distinctly heard three...
being the driver of Dr.'s 936 in the video I can back Vans claim of no mags.. just some stellar driving :)
I believe the good Dr., in fact I would have been surprised if it did have magnets. Its just funner to bug him. ;-)
When do you guys race in TO? I am planning a trip in January and would love to come race with you guys.
Hey Milo,So far it looks like Monday night is race night. It was supposed to be Sunday, so who knows what the future holds. Drop me a line when you have an idea you're going to be in town and I can take you around to a few tracks and places of interest.Van
Now there is an offer I can't refuse. I am tentatively planning to be there from January 20th to 31st.
Mag cars don't slide like that. Nice one, Doc!
20th. to the 21st....hmmm.......with any luck, you'd want to plan for a GPR road trip to Iowa. Make sure you have a passport. I'm hoping to race at ENYR as well as Terry's Targa, and which ever piece of fantastic plastic I can conjure up for the Canada round. Barring that...if anything is going on at Raceworld bring your non lexan interiored 25k LMP car and we will RACE!
The 936 has no magnets. The 936 is a GPR P class car. The P class allows magnets. The student will reconcile the above three statements.I take it on faith that the car is fast! But I can't tell nothing from no video. Got some fps data from the track?
Lap timing is still a little wonky at Raceworld. You'll find out for yourself soon enough, Robert.
I thought you got rid of the NC1 in that car? :)
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