From: Abo on 20 Oct 2009 07:50
From: Albert T Cone on 21 Oct 2009 05:00
AIUI, to answer accusations from some German manufacturers that the
radical wasn't a real road car, they drove that to the 'ring from the UK
and used the same road tyres for all the runs.
Anyway, it's a pretty impressive lap. The karousel didn't look like
much fun, mind.
From: Adrian on 21 Oct 2009 11:27
Abo <no(a)spam.thanks> gurgled happily, sounding much like they were saying:
>> Do you think you could UK road legalise something like an F1 car? Has
>> anyone tried doing something similar in the likes of a road legal
>> Caparo T1? I wonder if it would be faster.
> Someone in Japan did something like this IIRC, but I haven't been able
> to google it. I remember it being yellow, originally had a Judd engine
> but the owner dropped the engine from a Ferrari road car in for
> reliability reasons. But that's all I can remember.
There was a real Jag XJR9 LeMans car on road plates (and taxed - IIRC,
the tax disk did indeed say "Jaguar", too) at Harpenden's Classics on the
Common last year...
I seem to recall somebody'd road-legalled a McLaren M6(?) CanAm or
similar car, too - and there's at least one road-reg Porsche 962.