Friendly reminder the Group C/Group 5 series is already sorted and partially BOP’d. Just sayin’...
Here are the results, replays, and photos from the sixth round of The Oppositelock Forza 7 Endurance Championship, The Oppositelock 2.4 Hours Of Le Mans. In addition, the current points standings are in this post, as well as a few notes for the next round in July.
You can’t be serious...
In and around Boston we say 93, 95, rt 3, 128, 495 with no “the” before it. The only highway I can think of that is preceded by a “the” is the pike
It doesn’t take much to make one stand out.
I’ve been pretty negative around here for the last couple days. To prove that I don’t hate everything, here are some things I do actually like.
They torched the Furai, too. The bastards.
oh good... it was just one of the new ones...
While I love a good pun-fest, the subject here and heinous corporate evilness covering up customer deaths and injuries makes it about as un-funny as you can get. Not even dark humor relieves this situation.
You know, I get that it’s good sport to crap on the Pats.
the interior is a vast improvement, providing the cushiness and advanced technology buyers have come to expect from a six figure Mercedes-Benz.
Much better pictures on the Daily Mail website.
Here is a list of people who will be streaming races of the Oppositelock Forza 7 Endurance Championship.
Great article! I never knew that Nissan ran their motorsport programs in such a manner. Bummer Nissan repeated history on the Nismo GT-LM.
Ever since I first came to Oppositelock, some of the most fun I’ve had with this community is taking part in races in Forza, particularly the endurance races. In 2016, they were organized into a full series. Now, for 2018, we’re doing it again with the best race cars of the 1960s. This is The Oppositelock Endurance…
It won its class at Le Mans in 1998. Racked up a couple wins in both the 12 Hours of Sebring and 24 Hours of Daytona. Won multiple FIA Sportscar and IMSA Championships. It just sucks that it was overshadowed by the craziness that was GT1. Cars like the 333 SP, Riley & Scott MKIII, Kremer K8, and TWR Porsche WSC-95…
I find Americans funny.
I didn’t hear enough squeaks and rattles. Definitely inaccurate.