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Anybody notice that some Fly cars come with a deep guide? I never did until I was at a friends classic track and my 911 Evo wouldn't even sit in the slot. It is a Gunner GTS version, gray with fighter plane livery, and it has a much deeper guide than any of my other Flys?
 

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QUOTE (a Bill @ 2 Nov 2004, 17:16)I've only been to a few real road races but the ones I was at had absolutely NO cars with the back end hanging out in the turns. Not once. <{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Go to a vintage race. Or check out the Goodwood or Laguna Seca races on Speed. You'll see sliding! And those guys are being somewhat careful!? I do think that modern F1 and Prototype cars are more scale with magnets, but vintage cars should slide. Plus it's more fun!
 
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