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    Texas 2K11 Titan vs Big Daddy Supra crash

    Here is a video of the Texas 2K11. In the video is Titan Motorsports vs Big Daddy.

    Big Daddy snapped an axle so I have read and well, the rest happens.

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    Who built "Big Daddy"? Was this an accident that could have been prevented or was the axle failure a surprise?

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    That really sucks, you would have to feel horrible taking out the Titan supra.

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    sad... but thats is part of racing. Every time a Supra dies, My stealth becomes more desirable. it would have stayed straight if it was AWD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamVR4 View Post
    Who built "Big Daddy"? Was this an accident that could have been prevented or was the axle failure a surprise?
    Big Daddy is a shop with a great rep from what I know. Big Daddy Performance. Dude knows what he's doing, this just looks like bad luck to me as that car's been in the 7.70's before.

    Jeremy

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    Douches

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    That just sucks .. Least it happened before they built up any real speed and lives were possibly lost ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lugnut View Post
    That just sucks .. Least it happened before they built up any real speed and lives were possibly lost ..
    so true

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    for as small as the hits looked the supra's sure got beat up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamVR4 View Post
    Who built "Big Daddy"? Was this an accident that could have been prevented or was the axle failure a surprise?
    "unlimited class: final race"

    i'd say it's a fair assumption that you don't get to that point in the competition if you don't know WTF you're doing.

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    HOLY S**T!! That is so sad to see that much work thrashed so fast.

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