Lack of adrenaline causes hypoglycemia
So in order to prevent that from happening, I and a very good friend of mine who owns a Peugeot 309, 1.9 GTi, thought it would be nice to start driving at mountain twisty roads every once in a while, just to keep our blood pumping
We started yesterday , waited for the sun to stop burning and took our cars on a 100 khm hillclimp ride to Limassol. Then we returned using the highway - 75 khm's back.
It was Alfa Romeo 33 - 1.8 16v Vs Peugeot 309 - 1.9 GTi with higher cams and flat pistons
My friend with the Peugeot is a very good driver but I'm also very keen on twisty roads and know my car well
I need to be fair here, I couldnt get away from him while I was in front, but he couldnt get away from me while he was in front !
We had very much fun , tyres screaming in every curve, and we also got very tired but it was worth it.
The Peugeot overheated and we had to stop at Limassol to let it cool down and add all the water it spit out. Then the starter wouldnt work so we had to push it, and on our way back in the highway, somewhere around 200 khms, his speedo stoped working as well !
...and people think Alfa has electrical problems
As for the Alfa, I used up about 20 to 25 Euros of petrol and lots of rubber
Pictures below show the tyre wear on the bumper and sills of the car. Also my rusty rear disks from my recent disk cleaned up quite nicely
This event will be repeated, next time with video and pictures