i agree, if you can drive your car at 130 on the highway even with no one on it at the time, tha car doesn't belong on the freeway. Those roads are designed for speeds of 60-70 mph. If you double that, not only are you damaging the taxpayers' roads, but if you lose traction ina tire, and even if you were a pro driver, you've got no way to stop. Racing is for the track, period. speeding (70-90) is for the thrill seekers of the road. Ever wonder why burn-outs are illegal? Its not that they worried for your life, but they're worried for the semi or the old minivan that doesn't have the traction you do when they hit that slick spot you've now created. I just need to say, keep the racing off the streets.
OK, now that ive vented i need to ask this because it's been on my mind. I've been looking at all these aerodynamucs accessories, mufflers, and hoods. What is the relationship between automotive grade steel and carbon fibre in weight and strength? And secondly is it cost effective if you dont need the weight.