If you have a newer car I bet you haven't done it when the engine was running at full throttle at a high speed load.
Wait. Let's run through this since you do know the details of the case.
You should watch this.
You work on these for a living and you forgot about the accelerator assembly recall?
The shifter on almost all current automatics (including these) are just an electronic switch. The transmission controller is programmed to refuse commands that can cause damage, like shifting into reverse or neutral when the engine is running WFO.
This probably belongs at Gizmodo, but still:
Speaking of tinkering with chronology...The premise of Roger and Me came from columns written by GM assembly worker Ben Hamper for the Flint Voice when Moore was it's publisher and editor. It started when Hamper wrote about the entire plant working for days to clean the place in advance of a Smith visit, then being…
Did the F70 have a different rear end before?
Surface Pro tablets will also have full size USB ports, so it's easy to drop in a micro-sized thumb drive for files.
9. The nachos at Taco Bell taste better.
I have several clients who have moved from Blackberry to the iPhone but missed the notes function in BB that would sync with notes in Outlook. Evernote is a great fix for that, and for working around Apple's @#&$*! brain dead printing roadblocks in iOS.
Microsoft now has a version of MSE that works as a bootable version to remove rootkits. (Look up Windows Defender Offline.) It's worked on every rootkit we've thrown at it and it's pretty easy for a non-technician to use.
A qualified NP. I had a new 83 GSL (the GS with four wheel disc brakes, sunroof and a limited slip) and it was a much better car than I deserved at that age. If you can keep them from rusting they are practically indestructible and I imagine one would be fun today as a nostalgia piece that gets a lot of attention.
Nothing to do but have a smoke and wait for the wrecker...
Yes I have, but the experience of doing it the first time isn't the point.
Congrats. Now that Facebook tantrum against Dan Neil is the second most childish and inane thing you've written this week.
And not being Daytona would be a bad thing? Plate racing on these tracks has always sucked and the banking is the most boring part of the Daytona road course during the 24 Hour race.
Yeah. When the Nationwide cars ran V6 engines (back in the Busch days), I though the answer was running those engines in Cup cars for Daytona and Talladega without plates, but that can't happen now.
Then you'll get cars that lap at 230mph or better, at least for a few laps until the tires let go. There's also the issue of the catch fences being able to keep a flying car out of the stands if you add more speed.