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Thread: Pikes Peak Toyota Tacoma "truck" at Goodwood

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    Default Pikes Peak Toyota Tacoma "truck" at Goodwood

    Wow, what a handful. I wonder how it runs when the engine isn't over-fueled.


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    Good thing he stalled it or he would have splattered on the land rover for sure.
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    This sport brings out the bravest people.

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    ^^^ How did he not get hurt?
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    Too much awesomeness.
    I'd love to build something with that kind of power... it will be scary as all hell to drive but so rewarding when you nail a lap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard EVO View Post
    ^^^ How did he not get hurt?
    And what happened to whoever was filming it?

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    I never noticed how unbelievably narrow Goodwood is - with zero run off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loose Caboose View Post
    I never noticed how unbelievably narrow Goodwood is - with zero run off.
    As per NASA 3/4 rule hail bales count as racing surface
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