How about using the chip technology to see where the ball is downed. This way we can get rid of completely random ball spots by the referee or measurements using two flags connected by a chain.
You’ve done your part, Naijaflavor. Good job.
Complete speculation: It’s a tuner car completed just before the show, with no shakedown time on it. A fuel or oil line wasn't secured properly, and caught fire once the catalytic converter or header got up to temp while idling into the show spot.
The simplicity of this comment is beautiful. It says everything a connoisseur of Jalopnik comments needs to hear
When you exit through the now missing windshield, you likely had a bad day at the track. Nearly a one to one correlation.
Don’t I feel dumb; I always thought the cue ball was smaller than its brethren and therefore didn’t catch on a mechanism designed to corral the larger balls. Fascinating.
That’s definitely a warranty repair.
Watch that tire pressure. If it’s off by .5 those types of things can happen.
Interesting how opinions vary. I think that the Lexus pictured and it’s choice of piss-yellow wood in pursuit of a high-contrast approach looks terrible, whereas I actually quite like the Porsche interiors pictured. Maybe it doesn’t belong something like a GT3, but on lower-spec 911s, which are grand tourers more than… Read more
Really? Not this?! I’d have put it at the top of my list (or maybe second after Kyle Busch).
Because you noticed a woman that has breasts?
The original title was good enough for me.
One mod that works for fuel efficiency is raising the rear of your car up. Since you are always going downhill, less fuel is needed.
I work for a very large OEM brake manufacture in their brake dyno testing lab HQ outside of Detroit, I do this stuff every day. There is no strengthening which goes on in the brake rotor from the break in process. The temperature cross sections across the rotor is too low and it does not spend enough time at… Read more