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Aug 9 2016
70

Pictures of the meaty bastards I took at Oshkosh last year.

Aug 9 2016
3

I understand completely the idea of removing the chance of a driver being killed, no matter how safe a car is a driver can still die. But will I be able to see a processor drive the car beyond its capabilities? Ala Zanardi passing Herta at Laguna Seca? Like Rossi and Marques banging elbows and bars at the Dutch TT? Read more

Aug 9 2016
8

The problem for me (and perhaps others) is that you lose the sensation of danger. It’s like old time gladiators or even MMA vs robot fighting shows we have now. I don’t want to watch my favorite or even my least favorite driver die in a race, however I do enjoy that these people are putting their lives at risk for the Read more

Aug 9 2016
41

There is no problem with innovation. There is a problem with ass-backwards and counterintuitive regulations. Read more

Aug 9 2016
20

There’s at least some truth to almost every single one of those statements. I still love it here though, warts and all. I would be sad if Jalopnik stopped existing. Read more