Other commenter mentioned that, but I’ll add that in the shot is a VBox sport, which is a separate device with highly accurate GPS readings that connects to your phone with BT. Yes, it’s displayed on the phone, but the phone’s GPS antenna likely isn’t actually doing the receiving.
Ex-Formula 1 driver finds Formula E boring, I’m shocked. Shocked, I tell you.
I award thee the “Award of False Equivalences”! You can pick up your award in a magical place where people successfully protest without being seen by you... once you’re done having a temper tantrum.
Careful the that talk there is fight’n words up here in Canuckistan.
is it wearing a monocle?
That 40-50 pounds of tape is undoubtedly adding 40-50 pounds of downforce.
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There are a combination of things that will allow for higher horsepower. The extra octane will allow the computer to remain more aggressive on timing. The extra RPMs could allow for more horsepower, assuming that the car was still gaining power at the “street” redline. Superchargers have bypass valve downstream of the… Read more
I agree the graphics are ugly, but you gotta admit, it’s only 38 horsepower down from a 2017 911 Carrera, almost the same weight, and half the price. The Nismo model is only 20 HP down from the 911. I love my Z no matter what the haters say. It’s been as reliable as you can hope for, can’t say the same about my wife’s… Read more
I bought a used Frontier recently. Had a Toyota pickup in the past too. The Frontier is surprisingly well-built, it has a VQ-based V6 w/3 pedals, and it makes an amusing noise as it comes on cam. I’ve crawled around underneath it a bit to see how it’s put together and it’s decent. Strong frame rails, good… Read more
I did it slightly differently. I counted 9 frames to do a full rotation so at 30 fps I ended up with 3.333 rps. I figured his foot was ~0.3 m long so I scaled that to where his head was spinning relative to the axis of the chair and got 0.45 m. So his head is moving at 9.4 m/s or around 21 mph. Acceleration is v^2/r,…
Not when you’re using the VR hanging on the back of the seat.