Pretty sure its Rocky 4, but with cars.
With 1 victory, 1 pole and 76 points in 95 races, he still enjoyed a more successful F1 career than most F1 drivers, ever.
The idea that we have a long-term problem here is predicated on the idea that cheap gas is going to be a long-term phenomenon. With oil around the world becoming more and more difficult (read: costly) to access, that’s unlikely to continue as a long-term trend. Gas prices are only going to go up over time. And it’s… Read more
More importantly, will battery production be able to match electric car production? We might end up with a bunch of electric cars with no batteries.
I’m testing a pre-preproduction version of it. “Vroooom, vroooooooooooooom!”
The biggest surprise is that they are sourcing the tires from “Super Soft.” One would have thought they would have gone with the “Mad Tyte JDM Yo” brand.
Even if suzuki were in the US you wouldn’t be able to buy this car. These have always been never for the USA models.
I’m still not over the Suzuki C2.
Time Attack aero is pretty wild...
The early 1980’s were fun in that we knew enough about aero to want to play with it, but not enough to actually know what the hell we were doing. In Can-Am 1983, all sorts of weird aero configurations were popping up. Herm Adam’s apparently thought “Why not make the whole damn car a wing?”
Tyrrell’s “Boomerang Wing”
Outlaw Figure 8 cars. Because sideforce.
The Gen4 “Twisted Sister” Nascar Cup Cars. Because we can make lots of downforce by turning the car into a wing. These were regulated out when they just decided to put splitters on the car and lock the bodies to be “straighter”. Of course, that lead to another crazy bit where they were tweaking the rear suspension…
This angle is much more dramatic:
I mean, how’s that going to help with downforce?
The initial wings on the 2015 Honda Indycar areokit were pretty nuts.