Mosler Squad Outlast Rivals For Season Opener Win – BRITCAR – The Checkered Flag

Mosler Squad Outlast Rivals For Season Opener Win – BRITCAR – The Checkered Flag

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13 Responses to Mosler Squad Outlast Rivals For Season Opener Win – BRITCAR – The Checkered Flag

  1. Art Patten says:

    Warren,

    “my cars have been banned (after winning) way more than any other, both in the US and Europe.”

    Moslers or MMT, the entrenched don’t care much for new competitors. :)

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  2. Ryan says:

    Learn MMMT economics, become incredibly rich, and then buy a Mosler MT, People see the car and want to learn more. A virtuous cycle.

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  3. John Zelnicker says:

    Warren — Congratulations! Is there a film clip of the finish on You Tube or somewhere?

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    WARREN MOSLER Reply:

    thanks, have’t seen one. I haven’t checked the britcar rules but last i heard it had to carry something like 400 lbs of ballast to slow it down to able to race vs the latest from Ferrari, Porsche, Aston Martin, etc.

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  4. Mario says:

    next stop le mans?

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    WARREN MOSLER Reply:

    not eligible. fia has never let it in

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    perpetual neophyte Reply:

    @WARREN MOSLER,

    Are the Mosler cars still ineligible for the One Lap of America as well? The Mosler cars are like the Audi Quattros or Nissan GT-Rs in their touring car hay days: so fast they get banned from competition. :)

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    WARREN MOSLER Reply:

    they did say the mt900 was, but not the raptor that won 3 times.

    my cars have been banned (after winning) way more than any other, both in the US and Europe.

  5. roger erickson says:

    Awesome! Congratulations.

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  6. RyanVMarkov says:

    Congrats! Mosler Economics does the same on the macro field.

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    WARREN MOSLER Reply:

    ;)

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  7. perpetual neophyte says:

    As someone who knew of the Mosler cars long before I knew anything about monetary systems, that’s very cool to see. Winning an endurance race (even a 3-hour “sprint”) takes an amazing amount of prep, teamwork and luck to pull off.

    I’m not familiar with that series. Are those production-based or full tube-frame “silhouettes?”

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    WARREN MOSLER Reply:

    production based
    thanks!

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