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January 18, 2020, 04:26:37 PM by cosworth151
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Fenando rolled his Toyota Hilux 2 times down a dune. It landed dirty side down & he drove off.
Just think of how many more wins he would have had if that was possible in F1.
January 16, 2020, 05:12:15 PM by John S
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Quite possibly according to a source out there.
If true will we see the same struggles as 2017 when they tried this before, or have they learnt from that experience?
Please excuse the poor English in this excerpt, I've lifted it verbatim.
"A Dutch articles writes Ferrari will have a shorter wheelbase with more rake, very much like RBR.
The gearbox size has been reduces to allow more room for aero in that area.
It seems Ferrari are looking for better grip and cornering speed, the one thing the well powered car was short of in 2019. So not so much evolution for the reds, but a new approach, a risky choice they had to make though."
Excerpt courtesy Martin Faber from the comments section of an article on Grandprix247.com, 15th Jan.
January 15, 2020, 03:03:51 PM by Jericoke
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This is a very easy movie to review. It's basically a Fast and Furious movie crossed with Deadpool. If that sounds good, you'll love this movie. If that makes you say 'why?', then you won't.
Ryan Reynolds plays a wise cracking leader of a team of idealists out to save the world from itself. Members of the team are identified by number, instead of name, so they don't get too attached. The premise of the movie is to overthrow a middle eastern dictator, but it's mostly an excuse for Michael Bay to create a series of car chases, gun fights and super slow motion gore. (Seriously, pretty much any injury you can think of, Michael Bay is going to show you in R rated detail). The chases, fights and gore are all top notch fun. (Again, if you like that. If not... well, there's nothing else for you)
As an F1 fan, there is a scene that features Yas Marina. Oddly enough, they say they're in Las Vegas. I know that looking for logic in a movie like this is a fool's errand, but as an F1 fan, it's weird when half the movie is in the middle east anyway, why pretend you're in Las Vegas when I can clearly see Ferrari World in the background? Las Vegas has its own landmarks, and its own race track.
January 13, 2020, 12:46:10 PM by John S
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You bet Yah!!
We've heard F1 cars are capable of speeds up to 235mph, what better way to see just how frighteningly fast they really are with a side-by-side comparison against 'normal' GT racing cars on song at Spa-Francorchamps. - Enjoy.
January 12, 2020, 04:46:28 PM by John S
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An abandoned track in the park on Sydenham Hill in South London.
- Yes you've guessed it's the Crystal Palace site.
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