67 - Theres a few I think... one is getting hit by another car on the inside of your car when you turn, another is accidental weight transfer in the car, wich can completely flip you over, the slope of the track, if it points downwards, you have less downforce and you may turn without notice, or more downforce going uphill, making your turns less effective and slower to execute.
68) - State the X-factor of a canyon duel. (30) NOTE: this is quite hard.
68 - The camera switching left or right that throws you off, after a turn next to the weak guardrails, or the downhill lowered downforce that makes turns alot easier... witch ISNT a good thing... because your not used to it... but after a little practice on the same track you'll get used to the new weight of your car and how it handle's.
Nope... you always go into a canyon race KNOWING your car's weight is gonna be different. In a Canyon Duel, what single aspect of it do you think is gonna be unpredictable? (oh come on now... im almost giving it away)