SiennaMan
terracortina
1/16/20
9:36 PM
2

Have no regrets. Just say you were testing the...uhhh...wet weather efficiency?

1/16/20
8:35 PM
6

Yes. That’s the best time for top-down shenanigans because wet roads mean you can slide around corners safely and dry sky means you get the full 360° view. Best of both worlds! Read more

1/16/20
8:33 PM
2

A lot of variables - how wet it is, how fast you’re going, etc. But generally no it doesn’t. Read more

1/15/20
6:23 PM
2

It’s such a pain in the ass, but man is it pretty when the sun hits it. It even makes the gravel pit on the other side of the river from my office look ok.

1/15/20
1:04 PM
1

Yeah, how is -38°C “Fair”?  At that wind chill, that’s frostbite in five minutes.  I see nothing fair about that!

1/15/20
11:50 AM
4

You’d think. It sounds like they initially thought they didn’t need to (not sure why they’d think that, landing with a tank fueled for a trans-Pacific flight seems like a bad idea), and then changed their mind but still wanted to get on the ground ASAP.

1/15/20
11:49 AM
1

Kerosene won’t fully atomize under the conditions presented, but it’s not as if it was splashing on the ground. Curious to know why they didn’t fly higher and over the water for this. 

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1/15/20
11:39 AM
3

“in the event of a crash, occupants will be safely ejected from the vehicle, where they will land clear of any resulting debris”