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Toyota completes a three-day test at Paul Ricard with the new TS030

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Spike60 - Unregistered

January 29, 2012 7:40 AM

Good to see them back, sportscar racing needs some new(ish) contenders. As a spectator I'm pleased it's petrol engined, the diesels are dull and the full electrics will be the death of sportscar racing if they ever take hold.

pcxmac - Unregistered

January 31, 2012 4:44 PM

lol. Not really, not if those electrics are more efficient and powerful than the petrol/diesel cousins. Imagine a diesel turbine powering four fully independent motors which push out and take in (braking) power at an awesome rate. That would be something to see.

Check out Jaguar's C-X75.

Spike60 - Unregistered

February 05, 2012 6:46 AM

As a spectator, diesels are dull, with last years Audi the only noise was the air whooshing over the bodywork, whereas the year before the petrol V12 Aston sounded fabulous, like a proper boys racing car! Diesel may be efficient, with a little help fron the ACO, but it aint entertaining. Paul Drayson sees the future of racing with silent electric cars, I wonder how many spectators agree, - I won't be there! If efficiency and noise reduction are the the gods, why not stay home and race each other on play stations?

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