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    Default 918 v. P1 v. La Ferrari

    Of course no real controls for rires, track conditions, etc. . . . and no comments about the 918's terrible crash in Malta.

    Still, CJ Wilson may approve:


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    Surprising result. I would have given it to Porsche for being all wheel drive, an asset when that much power is on tap.

    The P1 is my favorite though. A worthy successor to the F1, even if it's beastly heavy and a hybrid.
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    FWIW: Looks like the "National Circuit, a truncated configuration of the grand prix track?

    Silverstone (National Circuit) lap times - FastestLaps.com *

    Our Circuit | Silverstone

    * This hopefully is a better list that this one from the same group:

    Buttonwillow Configuration 13 lap times - FastestLaps.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by SDSUsnowboards View Post
    Surprising result. I would have given it to Porsche for being all wheel drive, an asset when that much power is on tap.

    The P1 is my favorite though. A worthy successor to the F1, even if it's beastly heavy and a hybrid.
    Seems like your choice could be right on a real track (sans La Ferrari):



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fnTZKvX5jg
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