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Old 09-26-2007, 08:58 AM  
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Originally Posted by OTE_TheMissile View Post
So instead of teaching yourself to drive better, you switched to a car that could crash better?
No....My club track is built for 1/8th truggy, and there are literally huge rocks sticking out of the track that will break the gas trucks just by driving over them, and the jumps break just about anything that is not built like a buggy. I bought gas truck to teach me how to drive, and I got pretty decent at it, but for me its much easier to fix the 8th scales than the smaller vehicles. I do not crash all too often, as I'd rather pull a slightly slower lap time than be on my lid for a couple seconds waiting for a turn marshal to see me.
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