I thought it was just a racing incident as well, similar to the Ford GT that just got spun by another 911.
I would have thought the smack with the wall would have been enough of a reminder that passing in the Porsche Curves isn't the best idea but whatever. Seems like more of a racing incident than causing a collision to me.
From BlakeMT’s thread, for E60s I count:
Saw/heard a duc v4 yesterday at an intersection- first one I’ve seen in the wild...
You can also store it for future cleaning needs, I suggest running it through a cheap filter though.
Grain Belt is always my go to during hard work!
Oooh, looks good!
I am just old enough to remember when two strokes were just starting to fall out of favor (street bikes) in the 70s. I felt the same, the smokey zing zing, ding ding on overrun seemed so crude compared to the smooth, quiet Japanese 4s coming out.
Although that’s very unfortunate, I rest easy knowing that this isn’t the first (nor the second, nor the third, nor the fourth) time that Notre Dame was damaged and later restored to glory. I’m sure it will be reopened by the Paris Olympics at the very latest.
Oh, now I can’t unsee.
Am I the only one who sees DeMuro as a younger Jay Leno?
Agreed. Lion Air never should have taken off, as their two AoA sensors disagreed by 20 degrees. It never should have taken off after the reports by the pilots who flew it last before the crash. But even with the faulty sensor, and Boeing’s software, they still should have been able to turn it off and fly the plane,…
I disagree. Boeing will get it figured out. They have far too much invested in the MAX not to get it right. I think they are guilty of moving too fast, though, and without enough redundancy. We shall see. But at the end of the day, the world needs pilots who can fly. Remember Asiana 214?
I’m sure that all US pilots have. They’ve probably gotten sim time to deal with it as well. I can’t speak for the Ethiopian pilots. But the right seat in that cockpit had only 2oo hours of stick time, and the captain was only 29 years old. I don’t know how many hours he had in the MAX, but they gave him that route…
I would hate to be the one reading the tea leaves at Boeing. They seem to be so risk averse about creating the NMA that they have instead pushed the 737 far beyond what it was ever meant to be. And now they are working on the MAX 10 which is meant to compete with the A321, which should have been the competitor for a…
The hush kit never really went away completely. It’s just a lot prettier now.
Totally agree. He should stick to making fried chicken. That’s where his real service to humanity is.
It needs a buffer cus it’s not about cars.