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MRA on Pagani Huayra and Nissan 370Z

V8EatrV8Eatr Posts: 5
I couldnt find complete Data on the Zonda S, but fron the Data i found i think its clear that its too fast. The sister cars have similar performance. The Huayra got killed with all that nerves, and that went too far. 


https://de.accelerationtimes.com/models/nissan-350z-roadster
https://de.accelerationtimes.com/models/nissan-370z
https://de.accelerationtimes.com/models/pagani-huayra
https://de.accelerationtimes.com/models/pagani-zonda-c12-s-7-3-roadster
https://fastestlaps.com/models/pagani-zonda-c12-s

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  • JaguarDTMJaguarDTM Posts: 449 ✭✭✭
    none of those sites you posted are accepted sources for correction
  • PlantedZebraPlantedZebra Posts: 888 ✭✭✭✭
    Indeed, take a quick read at it here and you would knows what sources you shouldn't use: https://forums.hutch.io/discussion/9804/current-websites-not-accepted-for-sources

    instead, sources where they actually test the cars themselves like magazines such as car and driver (not the kind of sites that claims their source to be from said magazine but provides no actual proof to the said magazine tests) are accepted.
  • V8EatrV8Eatr Posts: 5
    I saw that post, but none of the named sources are the same as the ones I used and when i clicked on the source of the data it linked me to Fastestlaps.com, which is also not named in the post? Or is there a connection I dont know about?
  • PlantedZebraPlantedZebra Posts: 888 ✭✭✭✭
    It seems that the thread may have been a bit outdated. But it already have been established by them elsewhere that it's not a viable source.
  • V8EatrV8Eatr Posts: 5
    hmm, ok, didnt know that. But maybe they will look a bit for themselfes, cause both results are nobrainers that they are compleatly wrong...

  • Automotive_GamingAutomotive_Gaming Posts: 245 ✭✭✭
    edited April 18
    The problem is that these sources aren’t viable given that they use simulated data/crowd-sourced data or they just can be found to almost be making it up. Try sources like Evo, Car & Driver, Road and Track or MotorTrend who other than Evo which Hutch’s partner, they use actual tests for their cars. So if these sources are actually correct and the two cars are wrong then other, more trusted sources will have similar data too.
    Also it’s better if you do 1 car per page and look to see if someone has already made a discussion tab about it 
    Post edited by Automotive_Gaming on
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