Not giving a chance to use any kind of help when driving the RB4 and XRT also moves people to drive the FXO's more often, from the 3 the RB4 is the slowest, it takes a very very good driver to keep the RB4 running in the front.
The XRT can keep up with the FXO's in the twisty tracks and short tracks, one advantage of the XRT is that most drivers in the FXO's fear sendind the XRT out of the track , it only takes a little nudge, so extra carefull is needed when overtaking this cars, when it's FXO against FXO things usually gets more agressive, well at least that's what i think.
Do you really mean this literally ?
Because most of the times when i'm following a car i expect him to brake at some place, ex:close to 100m, when the car in front is about to brake, i'm already braking, but if you brake at the 150m mark, chances are that i wiil bump into you, just because i wasn't expecting you to brake so soon.
What's wrong with Blackwood + XFG ?
It's the combo that most people have droven or still drive, where the driving standards are set too high.
Sometimes i don't mind losing 1.5 or 2 secs of the pace on other combos, but in blackwood it's like an urge to be more and more precise.
blackwood can be very technical not to mention blackwood rev...