5 DOT 0 said:http://www.auto123.com/en/ford/mustang/2012/review?carid=1121803601&artid=128247
I think this quote will be disappointing to LS owners.
That's good news for me. With my lightweight rotors, wheels, DTC pads, c/c plates, Watts link and some R-comp tires I think I can make up that second ;D5 DOT 0 said:http://www.auto123.com/en/ford/mustang/2012/review?carid=1121803601&artid=128247
I think this quote will be disappointing to LS owners. Only one second a lap faster than a Boss on R compound tires.
"Lofty goal? During testing, with 2010 Daytona winning hotshoe driver Jonathan Bomarito behind the wheel, the Boss bested the M3 coupe’s best time by more than a second. The Special Edition Laguna Seca Boss 302 beat that time by another second."
I just wet myself ;DMark said:Here they come!
"This car is too fast for all but the most gnarled back roads, reaching effortlessly into the triple digits between corners and pulling relentlessly from three grand all the way to the 7,500 rpm soft rev limiter. No factory ponycar has ever offered this kind of pace in these conditions — only Ford’s own 2011 aluminum-block GT500 can even mount a challenge. "
"Ford promised us a “neutral” car, meaning that it would not understeer to any measurable extent, but manufacturers are always claiming that. Surprise! The Boss delivers, easily negotiating Seca’s Turn Two without washing out the front end. If you’ve driven this track in Gran Turismo (or real life) you know how rare that is."
"Turn Six is known for breaking wheels, shock absorbers, and hearts in equal measure, but the Boss just bounces through in total control. Same goes for the Corkscrew. We have all the rebound damping we could wish for as we sail off the edge of the world and fall all the way down to Turn Nine. It’s sooooo easy to drive this fast. Compared to the ’95 Cobra this author raced in NASA’s Camaro-Mustang-Challenge a few years ago, this isn’t even recognizable as a Mustang. It’s more like a… BMW M3, honestly. It’s just faster."