I thought the sedan had a more rigid frame, thus yielding faster lap times? In any case, I think they are pretty much identical...although one must wonder why race teams always choose sedans for the touring series on Speedvisionimpin: impin: :thumbup: :tongue:
I read somewhere, correct me if I'm wrong, but the sedan is lighter than the coupe, more rigid than the coupe, and also has a lower coefficient of drag. Technically, if all internal things being equal, the sedan should be better fit for racing.
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