Against The Clock
evo Singapore|Vol 77 - July-August 2017

Bruntingthorpe

Richard Meaden

THERE USED TO BE AN ART TO figuring supercars. Precisely judging the right revs for the standing start, deciding whether to abruptly drop the clutch or feed it in smoothly, balancing torque against available traction, using a smear of wheelspin to keep a cammy or laggy engine on the boil, nailing the first-to-second upshift, not clipping the rev limiter. and, of course, not breaking anything

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