Yesterday, Tesla trumpeted their achievement as building the car with the lowest probability of injury.
ALL HAIL THE FRC
Recommend me a force feedback wheel for PC racing that won’t wake up my wife, and have a Lancia 037 for your time.
It’s a DIY headrest mount, all the better for capturing a timelapse of my drive into work.
Okay, so really these storms were at least 60 miles away from me, in Oklahoma. Didn’t stop me though!
And boy, does it look fun. Sorry Sonic, it’s official. Once I can make the money happen - you’re history.
NOW WITH +5 HITPOINT!
And I got my sweet, sweet shirts in today. And one of these guys:
To help you celebrate Independence Day, have this huge Russian* AN-124!
Finally got it in! Been looking for one I could afford for a while, so when this popped up on eBay for $800 I jumped on it:
Dear Tire Gods, guide my way through my coming rookie autocross season. Amen.
The Objective: Find the newest used car that you can that will do 0-60 in 3.99 seconds or less, priced under $30,000. A challenge worthy of the Oppoverse!
The Rules: Must have a going price under $30K. Since we are looking at the used market, if you can present two examples of the car for under the price cap, even…
This afternoon, an auto blog entitled "GAS2" ran a story about Johan de Nysschen and the eventual end of the Cadillac ELR. Catch the story here.
The blue dot is me. Woo!
Are you working on this fine Saturday morning? I'm sorry. Me too.
And with those tires, I'm going nowhere fast today.
...or alternately, "Never feed them after midnight".
I'm up to 40 pages of reworked homework, exams, and notes for this final and I still have one more final to go after this one.
I have a test in my Finite Element Analysis class tomorrow =(
Sure, you may know about GM's lone foray into greatness with Cosworth in the mid-1970's. The product of that unholy union was the Cosworth Vega. That car gained its share of mixed fame and notoriety. But what if I told you that wasn't the only time that GM mixed some British in with their 4-banger?