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    What would that be in m.p.h?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 'Mirek Fric [Cze
    ]Francis: You are not right. Aston used by Fontes is FIA GT Circuit car with six liter V12 engine, that's right. But Prodrive Aston built as rallycar and used in for example Race of Champions is four liter V8 with group N modifications. It's also made of circuit car but these two are really very different.
    Oh sorry I didn't know that, I read it was used on circuit, but i guess i didn't read it carefully .

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    N-GT

    N-GT was the class I thought it was some discussion allowing, but was it in IRC they talked about this, but was not given green light by FIA ?

    But they are reasonably priced, and have a soundpicture that make goosebumps, especially the GT3's so they would make sense, at least for many Gentleman drivers, that does this for fun !
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    I agree but we can't do anything if FIA says no...
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    Is there a certain safety issue with these cars nowadays? If you rolled the Aston for example with that roofline? Doesn't seem like much margin but I'm no expert.

    I think they add a great bit of variety to fields in national rallies. And also come with a great soundtrack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 'Mirek Fric [Cze
    ]I agree but we can't do anything if FIA says no...
    Try again maybe, FIA is "new" since the last time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langdale Forest
    What would that be in m.p.h?
    Better ask that in a seperate thread.

    Or, dare to use the internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josti
    Better ask that in a seperate thread.

    Or, dare to use the internet.
    Roughly 200+mph

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    Quote Originally Posted by Langdale Forest
    What speeds could GT rally cars reach (unlimited)?
    N-GT porsche road challenge run about 250 km/h or 155 mph. More final speed should make no sence at a rally stage, actually 225 km/h but even better acceleration would be enough.

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    In Spain, the highest speed I've heard was 214 km/h, achieved by Alberto Monarri with a Ferrari 360 Rallye, but it was in a night rally,and Porsche is a better car, so 220 km/h must be achievable

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