gabeloewenberg
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gabeloewenberg
Sep 17
1

I just did a measurement on Google Maps. The distance between the spots where safety and medical vehicles could be staged on each side of the bridge is roughly 1700 feet, or just under 1/3 of a mile (or .5 km for the sane folks in the rest of the world). If they needed to be deployed, they’d get there quicker than on Read more

Sep 17
8

The bridge is wide enough to have multiple layers of fence in place to keep the cars on bridge in case of accident. And the bridge isn’t really that long, about 1000 feet of actual bridge. There are spots at each end (for each direction across the bridge) to place safety and medical vehicles that can be quickly

Sep 5
5

If you don’t drive your car into a crowd of protesters, then your car will not be surrounded by protesters who are defending themselves against a fucking car that just drove into them. 

Aug 27
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They can downgrade to a Pinto when they crash the Chevette. 

Aug 27
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Maybe fun on a slight downhill grade when the road is slightly iced over? 

Aug 26
96

People who do this should be then forced to drive the nearest still-running Chevette for sale in their area. They must not improve the car in any way ever, and are only permitted to replace mechanical and safety-related parts as they fail. That shall be their fate. 

Aug 26
18

I think McLaren should send you a press car, which you then use to get take-out from as many Mexican restaurants as you can over the course of a week or two. If you need a co-driver/co-eater, I’ll work for airfare and Mexican food. We can then scientifically determine the accuracy of your analogy. 

Aug 24
4

What most likely would have happened if they red flagged it would have been chaos. The barrier would have taken a long time to replace. The cars would have been parked for all of this time. Leading up to the restart they would have run several laps behind the safety car to get things warmed up and in the proper order. Read more

Aug 14
1

If VW is so shocked and outraged about this, imagine how devastated they must be about DiselGate. Read more