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    • Dee Gravelrama
      Dee Gravelrama

      I question the track builders in making the corners equal lengths here, the loop on the right (from the viewers side) appears much shorter than the turn on the left. Almost every lap the truck who takes it first has a huge lead then on the second the jump the trailing truck closes the gap. Yes I understand they make one full lap so it's supposed to be equal for everyone, however that is not exactly true. In that take they would have to start nose to nose at the finish line (which would not be as entertaining as getting a run for the first jump). Not complaining, I always enjoy privateer racing so thumbs up from this guy, just had to point out the inequality.

      about 1 year ago
    • fourwheelerjock
      fourwheelerjock In reply to Dee Gravelrama

      Dee Gravelrama Can't base it off of that either really... If one truck drivers harder and better then the other. Of course its gonna be further ahead. I was there. Seemed pretty even to me.

      about 1 year ago
    • Dee Gravelrama
      Dee Gravelrama In reply to Dee Gravelrama

      The observation is not based on camera angles, it is based on the consistency of each truck having the lead coming off the first corner (on the right) then the trailing truck making up the difference when having the same opportunity to have the shorter corner.

      about 1 year ago
    • fourwheelerjock
      fourwheelerjock In reply to Dee Gravelrama

      Gotta realize that camera angles can make things look deceiving as well.

      about 1 year ago