IFTNFS
IFTNFS
9:57 AM
72

That’s a quite a claim, but wrong regardless. The average buyer is educated and very aware of what is out there..simply put most buyers who do purchase a Focus or Cruz simply buy it because its what they need and it makes sense financially. I am not saying some don’t buy them because its all they can afford, but Read more

12/10/19
8:21 PM
1

And to make things worse, naming corners really blows for fans who are new to the sport.“ Read more

12/10/19
8:13 PM
2

Stuart’s point that really sold me is that track layouts change from year to year, so Turn 9 from this year being last year’s Turn 8 makes things confusing. Read more

12/10/19
7:40 PM
1

I hear you about the, new to F1 crowd, but we live in a society that LOVES being in the know. Thanks to Starbucks, it’s no longer Small, Medium, Large. Anyone who frequents In and Out Burger, knows there’s *way more* than what’s on the menu, and you’re cool if you know what they are. Hell, even pedestrian fastfood Read more

12/10/19
7:30 PM
133

Okay, between this, the leaked M3/M4, the cybertruck and everything else coming out lately, was there a mass exodus of good designers that we didn’t hear about? Have they all died?

12/10/19
7:09 PM
72

not much.  those both look lift the lift kit was installed before the bigger tires arrived.  

12/10/19
6:58 PM
4

Red Water and Red Mound still sound better than numbering the corner.

12/10/19
5:03 PM
24

Hell Corner, Mountain Straight, Griffins’ Bend, The Cutting, Reid Park, Sulman Park, MacPhillamy Park, Skyline, The Dipper, The Esses, Forrest’s Elbow, Conrod Straight, The Chase, Murray’s Corner.

12/10/19
4:56 PM
4

But the great thing about names is you never have to factor in track revisions or change your numbering based on what constitutes as a “corner. Read more

12/10/19
4:23 PM
1

You’re correct on the price range. In recent years I’ve found some individual Legos for around $200-300 each. Someone even had a large set of them for around $2,000. I passed. Read more