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Old 07-17-2018, 09:43 AM
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Driving Tips for High-Horsepower Corvettes
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Do you track a Corvette over 500whp? Here are my tips for managing high horsepower from the driverís seat. You wonít want to miss this.


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Keep your foot out of it, there saved another Curated Editor thread
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hahaha gotta be honest, it aint too often that i get excited seeing stuff from this particular writer, but darn it the thread posts make it worth a look!!
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Not sure who the target audience was for that piece. Not a typical CF member, at any rate.
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Not sure who the target audience was for that piece. Not a typical CF member, at any rate.
Not exactly any groundbreaking info either.
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I utterly detest article formats such as these. Picture, read a caption, click the button..Picture, read a caption, click the button... I see these formats and say, NOPE, click the close window button.
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I utterly detest article formats such as these. Picture, read a caption, click the button..Picture, read a caption, click the button... I see these formats and say, NOPE, click the close window button.
Because every click registers as a statistic that translates to dollars. What's more impressive, that the site gets "50,000" interactions, or "250,000" interactions per article? When in reality it's only been seen 50,000 times?

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More useless drivel from an "Editor" who most likely doesn't own a Vette and has never tracked any car.
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Not exactly any groundbreaking info either.
Excuse me?!? One statement - "Only turn the wheel as much as you need to make a corner." - is indeed groundbreaking. I never knew that.
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Excuse me?!? One statement - "Only turn the wheel as much as you need to make a corner." - is indeed groundbreaking. I never knew that.
Yes, that was priceless
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Two words "Spring Mountain."

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Originally Posted by jackpilot View Post
I utterly detest article formats such as these. Picture, read a caption, click the button..Picture, read a caption, click the button... I see these formats and say, NOPE, click the close window button.

Thanks, I didn't read.
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I was unaware of the existence of a low-power Corvette.
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Don't assume TC feature means your rear wheels won't spin on acceleration. ..... (ask me how I know.....)
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One of the more useful posts from the Curated Content Editor.

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