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Omega at the Ring 2017
« on: 07 October 2018, 18:46:07 »

browsing youtube today and saw footage of an Omega coming a cropper,looks like a uk one going by the colours of the plates and wiper arms.







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Re: Omega at the Ring 2017
« Reply #1 on: 07 October 2018, 20:15:20 »

More ambition than talent? Looks to be the same[or very nearly]colour as mine.I quite like the look of the wheels though.
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Re: Omega at the Ring 2017
« Reply #2 on: 07 October 2018, 20:56:32 »

What a waste of a good car! :o :o

Those pictures should be X rated on this forum :D ;)
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Re: Omega at the Ring 2017
« Reply #3 on: 07 October 2018, 21:17:36 »

look like senator wheels?
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Re: Omega at the Ring 2017
« Reply #4 on: 07 October 2018, 21:57:01 »

Senator wheels  :y

And been off before or simply a shed... Nsf wing damage is pre that bump.

Watching the vid, they bottled the right hander and over corrected left whilst still braking... No weight on the back end and a shift in balance and around she goes :D

Moral of the story, if you insist on taking your Omega on a track day, fit decent performance tyres and leave the abs fuse in place...
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