flagship = sitting duck :lol:Chris 9-5 said:Maybe we have nothing to prove Raggy Flagship model and all
I'd be happy to walk all over you, but the UK is awfully far away. Being a Saab owner in the US kinda blows.ragtopcav said:come and play with your 'flagship' on the track with me then - I'm an easy target, not even a turbo , I've got [apparently] crappy Viggen brakes, an awful Vauxhall engine with semi syth oil in the lump and not even lowered!!!! towing springs fitted care to keep up ? [oh I'm a crap driver too]
Looks like it may do, I'd like to be part of that, I don't mind being the slowest, importantly for a real feel of what Saab is, many types need to partake, modified and notAndyaero said:Lets all ensure the USD happens again this year, should make for fun
I'd love to see what it goes like, of course the advantage of track sessions is you rag your car as hard as you like or not it's up to you, so far at the Bruntingthorpe track day in August the only 9-5 is Simons [no slouch that car/driver combo] it seems there may be a few 9-3ss involved, it'll be fascinating to how well these cars go.Kermits 9-5 said:When i see the title, i was soo ready to delete the thread and bar somebody.:cheesy:
That sounds like a challenge to me Raggy, i'll see if i can bring my "flagship" along, schedule permitting.