I can't say that today but I saved the date(s).We arrive on next Wednesday the 8th June and have TF instruction booked on Thursday 9th June. We leave Sunday 12th June in the morning.
Any chance you will be about while we are there? It would be great to meet up!
THATS PERFECT!What I can say today is, the only day when I have a chance to come up to The Ring is Saturday 11th. And I'm planning so.
If you want the perfect match between all day drivability and track use => Bilstein Clubsport
If you want an all day driver which can be used for a few laps on track a year => None of them (I'd suppose KW DDC)
If you want a tracktool that can be used for a few Kms all day a year => KW Clubsport 3-way
In words: the Bilstein CS is much more comfortable than the KW CS (3-way more comfortable than 2-way). Bilstein CS is a coil kit that works very good in all day driving (even the Misses didn't argue ) and gives you a bit more track ability than usual coil kits ("no-CSs"). But it's not that much. Concerning track ability the KW is much better (3-way near to perfection) but you have to live with a car that is no all day driver any longer. Even the Kms to the racetrack done on the own axle are no real fun.
In the end: that's just my feelings. I know, especially concerning hardness/softness of coil kits there are lots of different individual feelings. And even a KW CS can be alligned a bit like "soft". But then the track ability suffers and the all day characteristics aren't really good yet.
I daily drive my KW Clubsport 2-way here in the East Bay, theres another guy in Gilroy who got the same setup after seeing my setup if your unsure I can take you for a driveHey MaOdy, I noticed that the roads near Nürburg are insanely smooth. So you're saying even these beautiful German roads are no good with any of these Coilovers? If that is the case, our American / California roads will be a complete disaster with any of the Coilovers it seems.