You’re forgetting the mid-to-late-movie trauma/crisis where the main character can’t drive good no more. HOW WILL THEY OVERCOME THIS PREDICAMENT?! Oh yeah, just load up Gran Turismo. Championship won.
We need to experiment. We need to punch more scumbags in the face to determine whether there’s any causation.
It’s looking better than the last Manthey Porsche to tackle the Nürburgring.
It’s percentage of race distance. If a driver completes 90% or more of the race winner’s distance (which may be less than the scheduled distance due to time limits) then they’re classified, even if they subsequently retired. In theory this means a driver can still be running but not be classified, but they’d have to… Read more
Ah, so that’s the origin of the ‘Oh Snap!’ .gif.
Maybe the implication is that newspapers only exist to... defeat... spiders... OH MY GOD, I JUST GOT THE JOKE! SPIDER-MAN’S GREATEST THREAT IS A NEWSPAPER!
I only heard about a Morbius movie a few days ago, so I assumed it was being announced. Only today have I realised it’s being released. I find this amusing.
I’m currently playing through The Ballad of Gay Tony after playing The Lost and Damned, and am very happy that all I’ve had to do to quit either game is hit ‘escape’ then go to ‘Game’(?) and select ‘Quit game’(possibly confirming it) in order to get to the desktop. Read more
The silver car that comes out of the junction also turns around, as if it was following or chasing the first one. I also wonder if it was the silver car’s horn that was blowing, as it always sounds like it’s getting closer and only stops when the silver car reaches the junction. Read more
The UK also has a theory test - identifying signs, road markings, speed limits, braking distances etc - which you have to pass before you can take your practical test. It’s multiple choice, which makes it a bit easier. Since I took it they also added a hazard perception part where I think you watch a dashcam video and… Read more
...0.5 percent of the cars in Russia are EVs — that’s just 13,000 cars in a national fleet of 45 million...