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I always wondered how these would do on a dirt track (SMH)

19 November 2009
Long Island, NY
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:confused: why would anyone do this...

Possibly a repost but i didnt search as i cant read the description of the video
The NSX is designed to do just about anything given the right suspension set up. Only us American's treat them like they can't touch the rain, or be driven in anything other than optimal 75 degree weather. That being said I would NEVER do this either...lol..

Check this video out... its equally as interesting..

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i drive in the rain with mine and it amazes me how much grip there is. fwd cars have no problem driving in snow with chains for example and that is because the weight is ideally placed over the drive wheels... such is the case with the NSX.