Alright, so this is an idea that's been in my head for a while. I'm a Lego builder who specializes in scenes with either minifigs or small cars (Tiny Turbos, as we call them in the circles), and my next idea is one that's both dumb and awesome at the same time: Lunar Raceway resort.

(older example of some of my work. I have better, but this one seemed fitting)

The idea is basically a racetrack resort on the moon. The track will be enclosed and pressurized and all that so even internal combustion cars can work, but I don't think that solves the issue of the moon's more....lenient gravity. Which makes me curious just how our earth cars would handle on a lunar raceway? I don't know that much on how the moon really works per say, so that's why I'm asking. If there are smart people reading, I need you right now.

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Let's take the C7 Corvette Stingray, because astronaut car. 3,298 lb, 455 HP V8, 0-60 in 3.8 seconds. But those are earth numbers. We take this to our lunar track, what would change, and hope would the C7 handle? Would the lunar 'vette be more of a handful? Would it now weigh less and move faster? And what of stuff like cornering and braking? Would lunar racing now also be more dangerous than common earth racing?

Help me out, smarter-than-me folks. Please. I'll show you my lunar raceway first once it's done if you do.