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      11-08-2009, 11:24 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by oneintheory View Post
Supra? Really, people? He said sports car, not drag strip queen.
You clearly don't know what the fuck you're talking about but what's new this is e90post, I'm surprised someone hasn't spouted out "335i Sport package". In STOCK form the MKIV Supra TT pulled a 0.97g on the skid pad, brakes 0-60 mph in 109ft...

And yes, the Toyota Supra is a Sports Car... one that can easily tromp on cars that cost a tremendous amount more.

As a matter of fact, here are some lap times for the MKIV Toyota Supra TT in stock form from some major tracks:

Goodwood: 1:34.95 (wet) which is faster than an
1:35.11 (Ddry) E36 M3 (Euro 286hp) did it in

Thruxton: 1:32.84 Toyota Supra TT
1:33.16 Porsche 911 Carerra 993 (that's a "sports car" I think)

Tsukuba: 1:06.75 Toyota Supra TT
1:06.77 1992 RUF BR2 EKS

and last but not least...

LAGUNA SECA LAP TIMES:

Toyota Supra TT 1:45.87

Nissan 370z Nismo 1:46.5

Porsche Cayman S 1:47.57

EVO X MR 1:47.71

EVO IX 1:47.92

Porsche 911 997 Carrera S 1:50.0

Honda s2000 1:50.73

Honda NSX 1:57.0

Soooo you can sit down now Mr. drag queen... Come back when you have the slightest bit of a clue about "SPORTS CARS".
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