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Discussion in 'GT6 Photo Mode' started by jtqmopar, Dec 9, 2013.
Trial Mountain Circuit_30 by tony.mandara, on Flickr
Trial Mountain Circuit_28 by tony.mandara, on Flickr
Trial Mountain Circuit_27 by tony.mandara, on Flickr
Trial Mountain Circuit_26 by tony.mandara, on Flickr
I felt like if I needed to share this, let me know what you think guys...
AHHHH!... the good old W211 M113K E55 Komppressor /////AMG
doing what it does best.
A Mercedes-Benz Pit Technician
My Indy Yello Pearl R230 M113K I call it the SL800RS-K 800hp Super Fast... handling tuning still under development
I hate you
Love the paint job!
From the Lamborghini
Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit_3 by korn GT, on Flickr
Double post. Sorry.
Autumn Ring - Mini_1 von GTP eddy auf Flickr
Autumn Ring - Mini_2 von GTP eddy auf Flickr
Autumn Ring_1 von GTP eddy auf Flickr
Sauber Mercedes C9 1989 24 Hours of Le Mans by Metalsun1, on Flickr
Mercedes-Benz had retired from top tier racing since the tragic accident in the 1955 24 Hours of Le Mans. That’s until the privateer racing team Sauber, asked M-B in 1984 for some time in their new wind tunnel so they can develop their C8 race car. M-B’s involvement crept from there to engine supplier, then full factory support by 1988 with the C9. Among other improvements above the previous generation, the development of a 4-valve DOHC increased the power output to 720 bhp in race trim. The C9s were very dominant in the 1989 season, winning all but one race. During the 1989 24 Hours of Le Mans, the C9 reached 248.0 mph (400 km/h) during their qualifying sessions down the Mulsanne Straight. Eventually, the #63 Sauber Mercedes driven by Jochen Mass, Manuel Reuter and Stanley Dickens took the checkered flag in a 1st, 2nd, and 5th finish. By the next season, 2 new chicanes were installed in the track to slow the cars down.
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