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I wouldn't take a nice car like that to the Playa. It will get ruined by the Alkaline dust.
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How much camping gear you got there sport?
Reckon your Lotus doesn't have room for more than a sleeping bag.
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If you are able to pack down to an Elise, you can afford to fly out to the Playa. Same difference.
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yovanni wrote:Hi there, I plan to go to BRC from SF Thursday - Saturday. I have a small sports car (Lotus Elise) and not sure if I should rent a car or not. What would be your thoughts? Yo
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Have you asked this on Bspeed yet?
You really should.
You will need a trailer, and yes, it's done with elises.
Being aluminum, you'll need to clean the car exceptionally well.
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