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I don't really buy this test but some people like them....

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77km/h only?
I was expecting around 100km/h (or more).
It doesn't look that this car has PDDC and RAS, or am I wrong?
 

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Never seen Neptune blue look so stunning!
 

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Based on my experience the difference will be the tyres not the car. It almost always is.

The easiest way to make a car look good is better tyres.
 

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Citroen Xantia better than 911 GT3 RS???
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moose_test
yes. Hydraulic dampers that increase pressure on the outside dampers in a turn. Make it super stable.

sportcar dont do super well in this test. They are looking for differen traits in the handling of the car. Its the opposing turns that upset the balance of the car. You seldom have this setup on a track (never..).
 

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yes. Hydraulic dampers that increase pressure on the outside dampers in a turn. Make it super stable.

sportcar dont do super well in this test. They are looking for differen traits in the handling of the car. Its the opposing turns that upset the balance of the car. You seldom have this setup on a track (never..).
Actually a chicane is very similar to the moose test and most circuits have at least one. They were commonly added to as a cheap way of making a circuit with inadequate run-off areas safer.
"Common wisdom" for track engineers was to use stiff anti-roll bars for chicanes to improve response but the active suspensions do very well in chicanes and they were much softer than conventional racing cars.
Citroens had the most technically sophisticated suspension of all cars for many years - but not now.
 
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