Greetings! Welcome to Tezzaworld website, unfortunately you are a few years late to the show as nearly everyone has been and gone, there is still lots of useful archived material to read through, not many active users unfortunately, but that’s the way it goes, hopefully you are not too disappointed...
so far 150 litres.probably will need one more fill up.(but not 100% sure i think one receipt missing)full tank 583 litres and light is on (i think when light on we can make 60-70km) some more pic from Bavaria and Austria
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Last edited by Alex-evita on Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:48 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Man balls off steal to drive the ring at that pace in the wet, i've been to it twice once in the tezza and once in a 1.6 A3. In the wet it's as slippy as ice and i had to tippy toe round it in the A3. Didn't rain when i had the altezza at it but i wouldn't have even considered bringing it out great place in the dry though but you really have to have your wits about you between RS3 turbo's left right and centre and nut jobs on bikes its a scary place.
If you crash presuming your not injured your car may be the least of your worries each piece of armco you damage will cost you €1250, If the tracks closed €14k an hour €10k for an air ambulance etc
Yea the altezza is vert popular had lads walk past super cars to take pics
Alex-evita wrote:we are home.HOME SWEET HOME,hollidays was AWESOME.did over 3000km. nurburgring its something u should try in your live once one its enough
more than once. def. i spun my first time in wet two years ago in my old audi. was scary but it wouldnt stop me. i must put up the pics i have from when i went in my altezza last month. the rain was unbelievable.
The Edge... there is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the ones who have gone over. -Hunter S. Thompson