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635BHP Holden V6 Twin Turbo Supercar

Discussion in 'Motorsports' started by bebop01, Jul 21, 2017.

  1. bebop01

    bebop01

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    Craig Lowndes testing the Twin Turbo V6 (Cadillac or Chevrolet) for Holden Motorsport working with GM Racing in the US and that will slowly be introduced in 2018 although this is not the full race car (Holden Sandman Ute) the new body will begin to take shape in the coming weeks and months.

     
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  2. ml888

    ml888

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    Would like to hear it on a track with longer straights. They were at QR the other day but I'm not sure if there were any onboard camera recordings
     
  3. Azure Flare

    Azure Flare
    Forever a backmarker Premium

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    It sounds pretty badass. Curious to see what other manufacturers will be bring.
     
  4. Andrew Scott

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    "Ye Old Convict"

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    YUK! sounds nowhere near as good as a V8, looks like Aussie's will suffer the same fate as F1, cars that sound like amplified farts.:rolleyes:
     
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  5. RainhamIron

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    Kind of ominous when they stopped calling it V8 Supercars. Consistently brilliant pure racing, I wish they'd just leave it as it is, but I guess the manufacturers are feeling the need to make it 'more relevant' :(
     
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