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Jan Štěpánek | Citroën Saxo VTS 16V | Autochip Tuning Show Brno 2012

Autochip Tuning Show Brno 2012 - Závod do vrchu - 1:31:941 Hillclimb race at Brno Circuit. Car was on winter tyres and had a worn out suspension, but despite its condition I managed to lap a very fast time and won the first place in 1600ccm class :). I was about 3sec faster than last year (which I've won too) and was 4sec ahead of the second car in my class (Honda CRX). Overall I was 18th and have beaten cars on much better tyres with stronger engines (Mazda RX8,7, Impreza, Audi S4,...) Result: 1st place in 1600ccm class http://www.16v.xf.cz/photos/saxo/akce/amdvrch(14.4.2012)/tabulka.jpg Rules: The driver with the fastest time wins Car spec's: Engine: 120hp Weight: 943kg + me and some fuel = 1027kg Tyres: Continental ContiWinterContact, F 185/55 R14, R 185/60 R14 Music: Jan Hammer - New York theme (Miami Vice OST)


 


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