After testing of all non-red cars, I can say I'd be super happy with the old M16 McLaren #29, a Wildcat seems to be a nice handling car, too. And maybe I could make the old Eagle handle, even if it oversteers like crazy. But obviously, I'd be happy with any car if I could join the full time grid.
Now go make some good use of it! I'm really curious, I think you never really raced Canola on the same equipment -and he is one of our quickest driver if not the quickest (With pemission from Grant)- but now you both gotta find out .. and so do we
That is weird Michael, I struggle a lot to keep them in straight line at road courses, but have no problems at all turning left
But then again, I have always been useless outside ovals
Agreed, some of them tend to take up quite some road above 250 kph, but generally, setup work shows the desired response, I can feel and control the car (at least at Mosport I could).
On the other hand, after over 1000 laps on ovals, most of the cars still try to run away to the outside wall after a while, even if I completely throw the setup out of whack. Give it 10 or 15 laps and I'm back where I started, the car climbing up the banking, a lift to get back on course again, and then some crossed arms, because that kink in line often ends with a snap of the rear end when returning to a place where I should be. I never found any trust, any confidence to drive the cars at the limit, because some end of the car was always over it, and I never had a feeling any setup input would change anything. But then, the same problem already bugged me last year, so maybe something screwed up my driving in ovals over the years. Okay, unlike '74, the '78 cars don't try to kill you everytime you throttle up, insofar there is progress...