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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-23-2009, 05:11 PM
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$12,000 for a replacement hood on one of those guys... that thing it totalled. Dumbass.

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Ouch. That sucks.

+1 Total dumb ass. Time and place for everything.
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i didnt see the van either.

exiting a tunnel into bright light like that makes me nervous about being hit from behind especially on the bike.

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This one is pretty nasty too...

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Nice! Looked like he was in showoff mode for the lesbaru driver.

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well it was a pretty car.
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Wealth does not always = brains.
Should have been at the track or a open country road instead of in traffic trying to pick off STI's, that's what he gets.

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Should have been at the track
Tell me when I can stop rolling my eyes.

Who cares, play in traffic, you only live once. Next time, don't do it with a car the price of a small house.

Take it to the STREETS!
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This one is pretty nasty too...

those mountains are dangerous

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I can see that - Sun and glare coming from a tunnel of sorts - Sucks

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looks to me there was plenty of room for him to duck back into traffic in front of that gray car had he been paying attention, which obviously he was not.

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Oh man... I hate that sound. Espically when that soun costs $80,000
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looks to me there was plenty of room for him to duck back into traffic in front of that gray car had he been paying attention, which obviously he was not.
+1

hiz skillz failed when he locked up the brakes for 100 feet.


too much traffic to be playing around like that.


use to do that in my fiero and with ricers playing go around traffic on I-55.

5 deep of sport compacts
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This guy sucks at driving in traffic ... when I used to dick around like that I was a freakin' pro. Most of the time it involved drifting a friend's RX-7 or Firebird around on the 290 ...
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5 deep of sport compacts
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post #20 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-24-2009, 03:40 AM
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Also have to agree with audiofly, had he been paying attention or didnt panic he looked to have enough time to react to at least reduce the impact. Especially with the braking system on a viper, if you got 90,000 to throw on a car you got the money to learn do handle it.

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The first video actually can teach a good lesson. You need to be careful on sunny days going under bridges and tunnels. The change in light really affects the eyes and i think we forget about that a lot.

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I think he just got caught by too much speed with the greatly reduced line of sight
the light / dark coming out of the tunnel produced. The Viper braked at the same
point that visibility returned to the camera in the Subaru when exiting the tunnel.



Shame.



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post #23 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-24-2009, 05:53 PM Thread Starter
 
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I think he was busy texting.
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