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LFS is - and LFSW's stats will say - mainly driven by continental Europeans (and Brits, who use both systems). Please could we have lb and hp bracketed NOT kW and kg bracketed - kg is used exclusively for car weight outside of the US and Canada. [[User:duke toaster|duke_toaster]] 20:46, 20 December 2006 (UTC)
 
LFS is - and LFSW's stats will say - mainly driven by continental Europeans (and Brits, who use both systems). Please could we have lb and hp bracketed NOT kW and kg bracketed - kg is used exclusively for car weight outside of the US and Canada. [[User:duke toaster|duke_toaster]] 20:46, 20 December 2006 (UTC)
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Hm? Again I don't understand your point as that is exactly the way the system is atm. --[[User:Yaamboo|Yaamboo]] 16:49, 22 December 2006 (UTC)

Revision as of 17:49, 22 December 2006

Cleaning up the car pages

Ok, I've now created a template (which still might need some tweaking) to get to other pages.

FR class TBO class LRF class Unclassified
XFG | XR GT XR GT Turbo | RB4 GT | FXO Turbo LX6 | RaceAbout | FZ50 LX4 | UF 1000 | Volkswagen Scirocco
FWD GTR class GTR class Single-seater cars
XF GTR | UF GTR FXO GTR | XR GTR | FZ50 GTR Formula XR | Formula BMW | Formula V8 | BMW Sauber | MRT5

There is already an example page for the TBO. Is this the right way to classify the cars, or does somebody have another idea for adjusting the template? :) --Yaamboo 13:45, 5 December 2006 (UTC)

Looks good, go for it! :-) --GP4Flo 17:45, 5 December 2006 (UTC)

Tables metric vs imperial

LFS is - and LFSW's stats will say - mainly driven by continental Europeans (and Brits, who use both systems). Please could we have lb and hp bracketed NOT kW and kg bracketed - kg is used exclusively for car weight outside of the US and Canada. duke_toaster 20:46, 20 December 2006 (UTC)

Hm? Again I don't understand your point as that is exactly the way the system is atm. --Yaamboo 16:49, 22 December 2006 (UTC)