In that same universe, Mitsubishi is the defending World Rally Champion manufacturer, but Petter Solberg, driving for Subaru, is the champion driver, driving for one last season.
It’s short as hell, but it works so damn well. Also, good early morning!
I agree. Took me the entire length of the video, but yeah, I can see how this can be the best.
That is all.
He should now be exterminated.
175 meters elevation change, potentially 10 layouts besides the one shown. For now, though, what do you think?
Starring a regular 3er Bimmer and angry CM Punk Blanco.
Either no kid’s going to school tomorrow, or a whole lot of students are gonna get stuck in traffic or plain drenched. I mean we can live with it—college students here have been waterproof for seven years—but it’s just inconvenient to show up only to either get turned away or stay in class worrying about how high the…
This is what I’m currently stuck with. I have to somehow connect those two points, to say nothing of other faults wherever it appears. Otherwise, fancy an FIA Grade 1/FIM Grade A track, my king?
So frickin’ bad.
She writes for me from now on. You missed your chance, Okulski and Kristen. Especially Kristen. You could have saved her. Where’s your money when Jalopnik needed it? You are a fraud, and I am not, for I was able to exercise my might.
This is actually fine. Really fine. Crazy stupid fine.
Real basic, here’s how I imagine it: the motorcycle will jump over a plane flying level. The visual aid above is utter shite and incomplete but I hope it gets the point across.
What I need is someone to rip my writing to bits and help me re-do it so it’s better. Link below or in the comments, for a sort of vlog thing required for my math subject about math’s use in the modern world. The whole thing is what I’m supposed to say in the background.
Wherever you go, whatever you do, whoever you meet whenever, mathematics pervades life. From the simplest of measurements to cooking to biomechanics and up to the cosmos itself, the symbols and concepts and principles that make math work make life work the way it should, and without it, the world falls apart.…
Little pullback cars, smaller than 1:64, but with reasonable level of detail. With 3D printing and this kind of drivetrain demonstrated here in place of pullback motors, I reckon extra detail can be extracted.