There simple just wasnt any other wored to describe the ignorance of the statement. In fact I was being kind.
Thanks for being the only one that read the info SSsupEi. Its a 2 car factory effort, debuting at Sebring this weekend. Its 75 % production, I dont know or understand the classes but its probably running against A8'* and that type of prepared sports production sedans. Different classes have different specs, possibly the reason for production wheels and conventional hood. Its quite possible the 4pin hood is spec for front opening hoods.
Im sure this would handle great without the down force and lots of lift under the chassis
Fortunantly their going there to win not to look good.
Trofeo - wanna explain the function of the NASCAR "little lip", this should be interestring. Not its original starting point but how it came to be the huge nearly upright "little lip" that it is today.
Is it to
A. creat down force
B Deflect bugs for cars slipstreaming
C. Create drag to help govern top speeds
Why do top fuel dragsters use wing ? Or are they all ricers now as well ? However that may be the origin of the wing, not sure. Maybe wing bearers should be called fuelers instead of ricers ? Maybe the origin of the wing was the Charger Daytona ? Maybe it was the Porsche Carrera in the early 70'* ? Hard telling but we know one thing for sure its all rice today, eh ?
I dont like wings, cant stand them infact. I cant stand the little things factorys have been putting on production cars or the last 15 years either. Bonnevilles, Intrigues, GP'* just to name a few cars I actually like that came with wings. I still prefer the wingless versions of the same cars. If I was going to the track I'd have one on my car in an instant.
I didnt post this topic to say hey look at the Caddy with the wing and GXF. What are your opinions?
I posted it to say hey Caddys going to Sebring to go head to head with the best in its class. Lets keep our fingers crossed. There will be some riced out Vettes there too kickin butt case anyones interested.