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09-30-2003, 05:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Euro
It doesn't have anything to do wiht him receiving praise and driving a Ferrari. If he drove a Toyota Camry and wanted to go 80 on a 35 MPH road he would still do it. He's actualy lucky he was in a Ferrari since they are designed for higher speeds and safer then a Camry for example.

Basicaly it's not the car, it's the driver.
I would say it's both. Camry's aren't built for speeding to that level on winding roads with hills. It would become apparent to any driver that the Camry wouldn't handle it too well. Also, it just wouldn't be all that fun.

On the other hand, driving a high performance car is exhilerating and will tempt the driver (especially younger ones) to push their (and the car's) limits.

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