Whether it’s the car or the ice cream, both seem to cause brain freeze for the consumer.
Nothing that’s really interesting:
Knowing F1 it would just be banned anyway.
I have the Forte5 hatchback with the 1.6T and it’s a good car. You can get them for cheap, they have a good amount of amenities and it’s plenty quick for everyday use. I’d imagine people who are looking to track their vehicles will go for something more performance oriented like a GTI or a Ford ST. Read more
A lot of people have touched upon why, but F1 engines are so powerful because everything is looked at in tiny detail. Weight is saved wherever possible and tolerances are incredibly tight. I don’t know if much has changed with the current hybrid engines, but with the old naturally aspirated V8s, they were effectively… Read more
Alfa Romeo Four Leaf
This is one of those jokes that’s hilarious to whoever is telling it but only serves to make people feel mildly annoyed/amused.
If I were running the Toyota WRC team I’d be throwing money at Ogier - not only will he get results but you may as well get the data from the best rally driver.
To be fair, the Mercedes turns off instead of exploding .
It’s kinda like TF2 - there’s no capture the flag, but it’s king of the hill, control point, or payload maps. Each character is a “class” and they all have different attacks and “ultimate” abilities that need to charge up through a combination of time and/or kicking ass. Read more
It doesn't seem to matter since where I am in Ottawa already has a high concentration of gyms which are frequently changing ownership.
I hope you guys are still doing this in the future because this looks like it was a lot of fun.