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Are Spyders Becoming Extinct At OPCs!

SRS should not be on Cups imo, but there you go. GT3 in Scotland lasted 30 minutes from buying last week and wrote off.
SRS should not be on Cups imo, but there you go. GT3 in Scotland lasted 30 minutes from buying last week and wrote off.
Can you actually spec any GT Cars with normal road rubber I think it was possible for GT4 & 718 Spyder but can't see that option available any longer with the GT3 powered examples

Personally track days aren't my thing so Cups would be totally useless to me especially if it can easily end in a disaster like this poor SRS
I have cups on a car they are dangerous in winter, people say drive to the conditions and you will be fine. it's not possible on cups if it's cold and wet, they can and sadly for this guy will let go with 500bhp and something simple as a gear change.
I think there was an issue with buckets not being available. this could hurt those cars with so many with comforts.
now no Carbon parts>

To actually now get a car which has LED's and buckets is quite rare. I don;t think any more cars are coming for for months due to Carbon issue on GT products.
Now they make so many GT variants the bucket shop😂 seat supplier might be struggling to keep up with the increased demand

interesting video on this GT market


Spyder RS below £200k must be a new record low:cool:


Advertised 28/03/2024

-£15,000 (-7%)

£199,995 24/04/2024
£209,995 15/04/2024
£214,995 28/03/2024
base wheels, comforts and steels, so a low RRP.

It's all about list price vs what's the cars up for, I paid £3k under list for my new 4RS but it was not the cheapest car for sale some of those are still £15k overs just crap low list price and spec.
But it was under list when mnay are over list, so you have to look at value for money. I would never pay over list for car now days they build too many.

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