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 [tou] Petit Touring and GT Cars 
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Post [tou] Petit Touring and GT Cars
MOTORSPORT LIKE YOU'VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE!!!!
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Scarlet Devil Raceworks Petite Super Touring Car
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The Petit Touring Car class is a fictional racing class based exactly on the specifications of the wildly popular real-world racing classes Aussie Racing Cars and Mitjets. As the name implies, it contains silhouette race cars shrunken down to "petit" proportions, not unlike Nendoroid figurines or, well, actual Aussie Racing Cars.

All cars are powered by a 1.3 liter straight-4 engine derived from a sports bike design. The engine develops around 135 horsepower, which is more than enough to propel the tiny 450 kilogram mass around. Because of the light mass, the car is fairly quick to respond, and is well-planted on corner exits despite a minor lack of negative lift. As a result of the rapid acceleration and good handling, you'll find this car is most enjoyable on circuits with lots of turns, regardless of world size (though Scholl's Mini F1 tracks are an excellent starting choice of courses).

Because the class is fictional, no models from the actual Mitjet or Aussie Racing Car series are here, but the majority of body styles available are based on real-world V8 Supercars or GT race cars.

Due to the tiny size of these cars, you may need to bump up AI strength approximately 3 to 6 points higher than normal to receive a good challenge. Most user-made tracks are made for much larger cars.

Specifications
135 BHP from a 1.3 liter S4 (atmospheric)
Front-engine / Rear wheel drive
3 Sizes (inches): 118.1 L x 53.1 W x 41.3 H
Wheelbase (inches): 85.0
Dry weight: 450 kilograms without driver
50% frontal weight
Racing slick tires
Tire widths f/r: 205/205 mm
-165 lbs of lift @ 200 km/h
Drag Coefficient: 0.32
Power to Weight Ratio: 0.30 HP/KG
Acceleration Rating: 3.1 out of 10
Speed Rating: 3.6 out of 10
Cornering Rating: 4.6 out of 10
Grip Rating: 1.8 out of 10
Performance Index: 379/D
Racing Classification: Petit Racing Car (Sub-classes: Aussie Racing Car, Mitjet)
Available Body Styles:
- Ford Falcon FG
- Holden Commodore VF
- Moon Motors NECO-ARC! (Fictional)
- Renault Twingo
- Chevrolet Corvette C6
- Aston Martin DB9
- Chevrolet/Holden Cruze
- Toyota Aurion
- Skoda Fabia
- Mercedes-Benz E-Class
- Nissan Altima
- SRT Viper GTS
- Alfa Romeo MiTo
- Porsche Panamera
- Audi A5
- BMW M5


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Post Re: [tou] Petit Touring and GT Cars
WoW. Cars looks great! I like Škoda much. Car psychics are great too.
btw. Alfa Mito vs. Aston DBR9? :doh: Sorry, but thats sounds moreless funny.

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