Dodge Viper driven
It was slated for destruction, but it’s back from the dead. And sharper than ever…
Posted: 22 Nov 2012
So many of the cars make it to the track that more than a few make it into the barriers quite regularly, and steel - even the high-strength steel used here - is a lot easier and cheaper to repair.
I could tell you about all the detail changes to the suspension set-up, but you would probably fall asleep before you got to the end of the sentence. So let's just focus on the two highlights. The front track is now wider, and weight distribution is still near as damn it 50:50. The other chassis news is the new stability control system. Normally, we hate any kind of electronic intervention, particularly on a car as viscerally raw as the Viper.