That is a pretty funny video. should try that on collage ave some time
so I'm reading automotive engineering magazine and I read this. Luca Montezmolo, Fertari's CEO, said that after their new california convertable, Ferrari will no longer offer a manuel 6 spd transmission. They will only offer the 7 spd dual clutch paddle shift.
Penny for your thoughts
wow jp took a min away from his animation to watch that nice!!
its prob better for people to drive the paddle shifts. most of the people who drive those cars cant shift with a clutch esp if its call the California convertible...
FS: Happich Replacement seals
**WTB: G60 or lysholm chargers**
Honda out of F1, Audi out of ALMS, Suby out of WRC.
WRC is gonna be much better in 2010 with the S2000+ rules.
Since alla these guys already have s2000 cars:
6-8 (citroen & mitsu?) manufacturers battling it out will be much better than 2 or 3.
I'd expect suby will be back, too, once they start making a car thats actually a good rally car again.
Well you won't be jumping 80 foot gaps or bombing down back rouds at 100mph...at least you shouldn't be
I don't know if you guys have seen the latest eppisode of Top Gear, but they did a spot on the Honda FCX Clarity. I'd rock one of those if it were available and if there was an infrastructure for Hydrogen. That would be a great way to get to work and back, plus save fuel for collectible cars for the weekend.
Modified by 359Bailey1320 at 9:16 PM 12-17-2008