Well, BFMS might require exstensive modifications to a Z06 to fit MS? Rule
book says modifications so extensive as to preclude production class. So,
Ed, don't go messing up a new car just to buy into some soft records. Leave
those for us poor folk..
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ed Van Scoy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Dave Dahlgren" <email@example.com>; "M Pittwood"
<MPittwood@compuserve.com>; "Land Speed List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2005 1:24 PM
Subject: RE: 200 MPH Clubs
> You can laugh Dave, but this has crossed my mind
> before ;-)
> --- Dave Dahlgren <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Ed I have been meaning to talk to you about that
> > very fact. You might have
> > the car capible of all the 2 clubs. Knowing that you
> > are a man of means and
> > doesn't mind spreading it around i think we need to
> > spend a tidy sum of 'our
> > money' on this venture.
> > How do you feel about a twin turbo Z06?? Adjustable
> > boost to suit the track
> > surface same with the aero package B/BFMS all the
> > records are soft.. and a
> > good suspension package for the road courses. Detune
> > it for Bonneville to
> > something below 1600 hp no problemo.. At the lakes
> > turn it up to 2k hp and
> > go for it, same for maxton..
> > LOL
> > Oh on asking the FIA to recognize a record. Asking
> > may be the incorrect
> > term. When i ask someone with my checkbook i
> > generally refer to that as
> > 'purchasing'..
> > Dave