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16th January 2014, 2:42 at 2:42 am #248083
:D Awesome job Kieth.31st December 2013, 3:21 at 3:21 am #135065
I make a bit of a mistake with mine. It’s nothing particular, just a sniper kitty. :3
Except…. When I saw it I was on my dads computer, so I downloaded it to the desktop and put it on my profile…. Which is great. Except it was labeled “dangerous pussy”
About a week later I saw this and renamed it. I wonder if he opened it O.o8th October 2013, 14:22 at 2:22 pm #242827
I think, to be honest, that Rosberg wasn’t in a position to be thinking about his team mates race. I think all of his attention would have been on his own car. Remember that he couldn’t actually see the damage to his car and he only knew how he should be driving by what the team was telling him.
As for Lewis, I think he was pretty brave to be as close as he was to Nico, I think in hindsight you can say, yeah sure Nico should have let him past. But at the time, given what was going on, I think that really was not an important issue.24th August 2013, 16:55 at 4:55 pm #240619
Nasty crash. I think this should act as a reminder about how dangerous motor sport can be. Especially Eau Rouge.6th February 2013, 2:40 at 2:40 am #224970
Many cars nowadays can simply stop using cylinders when in a “road” or “economy” mode, that I think that’s a good solution.
If you want to learn about engines, http://automationgame.com/
Nifty game, the demo is quite fun to try :D Because of that, I actually understand the the CC is a combination of the bore and stroke of the cylinders.
Also 800BHP is a huge amount of BHP, for a road going sports car, you could easily look at half that.
Look up the Japanese Super GT series, their top level cars, the GT500, are power limited to just over 500BHP. Look up youtube videos of them to get an idea of what 500BHP is like in a racing car.27th November 2012, 13:44 at 1:44 pm #215894
In terms of F1 history, that’s an end of an era. A historic video.21st September 2012, 1:55 at 1:55 am #206819
I’ve had my first go, To be honest, I don’t feel immersed in the game, which is a disappointment, and the handling, at the moment it feels almost unconnected with what my hands are doing.
I suspect however, that this might be more to do with the settings for me G27, somehow I need to get more force feedback, especially at the initial turn in.
I like the menus, they have paid homage to older F1 games, and feels very related to F1. I think, given time I will like it, but at the moment, I just don’t feel like I’m the one in the car, which is the opposite that I had on F1 2011.20th August 2012, 13:10 at 1:10 pm #207679
You know, half the problem for NASCAR is the attitude, I think the commentators are a fair indicator of that.
We are all concerned about the barrier significantly piercing the car, but not them. (American accent time) Tha’lll all just care about the fire.1st July 2012, 0:49 at 12:49 am #2047501st July 2012, 0:46 at 12:46 am #20476613th June 2012, 13:58 at 1:58 pm #203711
Wow, Letterman is such an arsehole O.o (And I don’t apologies for the language because I’m quite sure it’s valid)
From about the big balls comment when Vettel started to take the limelight Letterman became obtusely aggressive… .. It seems very clear to me that Letterman does not like F1.
Vettel did a great job considering…
Although, I think someone with more natural flair would have been a better match for that type of show.29th May 2012, 1:12 at 1:12 am #202390
I liked the one where Button overtook a small portion of Heikki’s car, and then decided that it would be best to leave it at that.29th April 2012, 3:39 at 3:39 am #184639
Bugger it, looks interesting. I’m in.13th March 2012, 23:43 at 11:43 pm #195098
Only going on the Sunday as I’m going with mates. But if you see a skinny guy talking about Monkeys that’ll be me.26th February 2012, 1:58 at 1:58 am #194023
Also, that was off topic. Personally, I think Pic deserves a chance, whether he deserves it more than Wickens? I dunno. But he has been on the general radar of up and comers for a little while now. So it’s not totally unexpected that he make it to F1. That, and in Marussia, it’s more or less a game of follow the Glock. Who will inevitably beat any rookie they put in the team.