Yesterday’s comments of note
A few of the comments that stood out to us yesterday:
“A 6-speed V12 Vantage is somewhat terrifying to drive, but in the best way you could ever imagine. Aston took the biggest engine in their fleet, stuffed it into their tiniest car, threw in a third pedal, and the result is staggering. A 6.0 liter N/A twelve cylinder funneling 510 horsepower to the rear wheels in a vehicle with the same wheelbase as a Ford Focus. You can baby it around town from 1st – 3rd – 5th, but you’ll break traction if you even look at the throttle the wrong way. The gearbox…”
“Such a cool story and happy ending.
That video is an utterly amazing piece of driving.
– Perfect up and down shifts EVERY time.
– Smoke pouring out the back? Nevermind…keep charging hard.
– Smoke filling the cabin? Who cares…must get to the top.
– Door pops open after leaving terre firma? Nothing to see here…lemme just close it real quick with my free hand as I power through this uphill right hander.
The stereotype of Italian driving skill on full display right there.”
“…..hard to overestimate the Andial connection here…….. they were no ordinary “tuner”, having built the engines in most IMSA winning teams for many years…….in fact, much like Benz purchased AMG, Porsche respected Andial so much that they bought the company in 2013″
“I bet this thing can lay some pretty impressive 1,111s”
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