AO Gold Member
Join Date: Apr 2002
No problem to track an older car as long as you take necessary precautions and assuming everything is in good working condition. It will put a huge force on the car, more than anything you could expect on the road.
Oil and fluids need to be checked and spot on, brakes on some of the 1.8s are non vented discs so will get very hot and you'll need uprated pads. Tyres, suspension and bushes will take a lot of punishment, anything not in top condition will fail pretty quick.
As said above limit yourself to 3-5 fast laps to prevent the car, tyres, brakes etc from getting too hot.
156 2.5 V6 24v, Cosmos Blue Metallic, Tan Leather, 17” GTA's, 225/45 Michelin PS2's, Full Zender body kit, GTA Headlights, Eibach springs, Koni FSD's, Eibach Anti-roll bars, Ferrari 360 Brembo calipers, DS2500 pads, Squadra ECU, 45mm Intake Runners, Carbon Intake, Dan & Wizard exhaust
156 2.5 V6 Qsystem, Red + Red Leather, Bilstein dampers, DS2500 pads...soon Brembo calipers, 17" GTV Teles