Good enough for me lolThoughts:
1) Once a few 4x4 TT's win consistently, there will be another new class debate...
2) They should just run UTV's with truck bodies, Turbo/open computer on 35's with 2 shocks per corner, and the "development/teething issues" will be solved. Think of the contingency-sponsor-marketing options: The "Monster/BFG/Can Am/Ford Raptor"... then we can get straight to the new class debate!
Time will tell. I still believe its the cost and lack of R & D on the 4wd setup that is its downfall. In off road racing, simplicity rules, and the speed these trucks go thru holes I don't think you want to compromise with the front geometry required to run a 4wd setup. I'm really interested to see how the new Armada Ultra 4 works out, its got the only setup I'd ever put on a trophy truck because you don't have to compromise the front geometry to spin the front tires.
4wd is awesome on graded roads, technical areas, and for qualifying, but its got to prove to be somewhat cost effective for people to go to it. I applaud the people trying it and hope they can break some ground for the new generation of TT's.
Hell yeah, that's what I'm talking about!With the components and technology available now, the AWD Trophy Truck will soon be the standard as it is in Rally Racing. So far, we have had incredible results with the testing of our new Ultra4 and have some new things in the works for a Trophy Truck application we feel will aid the AWD evolution.
Which in essence made him faster overall.He ran a steady race. He won cause he was consistent and the faster cars in front of him broke.