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    There is a rossion and a noble here in KC fwiw

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    Hmmm...I liked it a lot more before I heard it. Should be much better when it's being driven hard, but man.
    Get that weak shit off my track

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    Those doors... They're insane. It's like the whole side of the car comes off. No tight parking spaces in this thing.

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    That seems to be the way to do it with these carbon tubs these days:






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    Would you really drive this thing to the local mall?

    And a company in the USA, near Cincinnati I think, was importing the Noble as a kit car and then you just added the engine.

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    If I'm going to drop $200k on a car, I'm going to drive it where ever I damn well please.

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    Low. Wow.

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    Someone is/was importing them because there were a half dozen sitting in and around the TurboHoses facility in Livermore a couple years back. Maybe brought in as kits and registered under SB100?
    Randy Chase had something to do with importing it as the Rossion Q1 as I recall.

    I've also seen a Noble autocross in SoCal, with a plate I don't recognize.
    http://www.pbase.com/bryanh/image/100642301/original

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    I'm actually not a fan of the looks to be honest.

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    I think it looks spectacular. Considering how much they've also worked on the EcoBoost for racing (remember, the possibilities of using it for LMP2 have also bounced around a lot the last few years) makes sense they'd go in that direction. As for the size, well, it's a 4-liter maximum for turbo/supercharged engines to GTE spec as they are now.

    Best thing that can happen from it is it reignites Ford's motorsports passion for things that aren't tube-frame NASCARs, and forces Chevy to step up fully onto the WEC stage with a works program full-time too.

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