you are correct! in F1 do you rarely see a driver skid. fastest way around is with full throttle and tires stuck to the ground.
this really depends on what type of racing you are doing. In certain classes of race, it might be required to be in a controlled skid ( 4 wheel drift ) in order to line up with turn. Most likely this type of racing has a lack of down force in the car design, but I am not sure.
Well, no you don't want to skid in most races, your lap times decrease. You also reduce and have to regain traction. rarely do you see if ever in modern F1 and group 3 racing anyone skid.
time lost can be in excess of
Ah ok, that's starting to make sense. thanks
I just finished looking at the pictures, the 3 cube stats look to be already rotating, is that common??
I would have thought that they would just shoot right out without tumbling ??
I'm not sure about the statement of Identification in the USA. I know some states require you to have some sort of ID. But then again I am not a lawyer so what do I know.
While all your points seem right. Most people have never driven at 100+ mph consistently for more than 20 minutes. While doing 80MPH requires a decent reaction time, at 100mph you need much faster reflexes, at 140MPH they better be sharp. ( I've see tire blow-outs from big rigs leave a huge chunk on the road).
While on the track, doing 120 - 140 consistently, I'm at a similar speed to the others on that section of the course, but when on the highway, your speed will exceed the others by 50% to 100% which means that your on the bumper in no time.
Personally I would have love to be chosen to be his co-pilot, would have had a blast.
when I worked downtown / wallstreet. the walk from the Path station ( old WTC ) to the exchange had
rain going up
snow going up
and skirts going up
always in the winter
it's common and you do see snow blowing in all directions, even on the 23rd floor
( rain when it goes up is really weird and you would swear you were in some sort of
movie slow motion set )
thank you I need that laugh
You are thinking correctly. The base load generators are slowly needed less fuel till mid of the night. What this plant is doing is providing peak energy at peak energy times, reducing ( not eliminating ) the need to bring on the gas turbine plants to cover the low supply and high demand moments.
it's small steps like this that will over a 30 to 60 year period of time reduce our consumption of fuel.
next small steps that I would like to see, that all roofs in the lower part of the USA be required to have at lease 20 percent of the sun facing portion covered with solar power panels within 45 years ( life cycle of a roof is about 30 ). I use 45 years since we could provide real estate property tax incentives to those developers and home owners starting now, and in 45 years make it mandatory.
I keep thinking it's needs to be done in small steps, the early adopters get more benefits due to the extra risk they are taking ( wind might lift the roof due to the panels, fire risk because of a bad install
maybe, lease contract have quality of life issues. so they need to file complaints with the police, then present that report to the management company and the association ( if it's a condo ). once those steps are done, you need to wait about 30 days to see if any action is taken. if not, then you can break your lease within reason.
I feel your pain, it's a quality of life issue. this is the sort of thing you need to file with the local city a complaint, Your owner ( if you rent ) that there is a problem in the community and if you are an owner read the association rules about the rental policy.
I am rather sure that if you are assigned a parking spot, no one else can use it. and if it's on your lease or purchase contract, just walk downstairs, call the tow truck company and present your valid proof that your spot is in violation with a trespasser, let them hook up. Keep that up for a month or 2 and the building will revert back to normal. ( I happen to have 1 parking spot that I rarely use, I always find someone using it, call the tow truck company and poof it's gone )
Disclosure : I am a realtor, I do rentals and sales
While you are taking a good stance and I completely agree that you need to bring your own stuff on these rentals. but you are forgetting the other side.
quality of life : I live in a condo, pay for security services and know my neighbors ( we are a small community of 526 units ). What worries me is that we have a stranger that is not registered and not cleared by the board ( the board has a zero tolerance policy for convicted felons with violent crimes ). so here we get a stranger that might interfere with my quality of life.
We had 2 owners that were using the services of airbnb, they were fined and we informed airbnb that our building does not do short term rentals. They complied and removed all the listing that were in our buildings.
the problems is that investors are looking to break the community rules because they "feel like it" . Association ( condo and homeowners ) have specific sections about rental policies which is why certain building have a premium and others are at a discount ( easy rental policy buildings have about a 15% premium over conservative buildings ).
in the area ( 1/2 mile radius ) we have about 5600 rentalable units, all which fall under the 1 year min. rental rule ( we have nothing in short term ) and most association are aggressively finding the owners that are doing short term rentals. Those short term renters don't have the accountability of being responsible residences and can you blame them ??? they are on vacation and want to have fun, no one blames them, it's the owners whom are the problem. ( our building has a policy that when we find short term renters, we advise them, ask them to go to the police department to get a criminal history and let them enjoy the stay )
Now let me describe my little section of town. in 20 minutes strolling ( not a NYC fast walk ) your feet are in the ocean, in 40 years we have only had 2 murders total and those look like a mob hit so they don't count, you can walk to Walmart, Winn Dixie and Publix. You can walk at 2 am and meet up with 2 or 3 undercover police officers. the demographics of the area is mixed of every race and income level ( from section 8 affordable income all the way to multimillionaires ). We are a 30 minute drive to Southbeach, 15 minutes to Fort Lauderdale airport... basically it's real nice, the sort of place where you want to call home ( vacation or full time ) and just enjoy some peaceful time ( lot's of college grad students live here also because of the affordability and lifestyle ). cheapest rent here is 800sq ft clean and decent place for 800 a month with water free.
Since you are a rookie driver, there is one point I would like to make to you. Learn to use your side mirrors more often than your rear view. once you can learn to trust those mirrors properly, then you can see more than most ( you'll catch the glimpse of the Motor cycle in the blind spot easier )
While this might ( most likely ) be off topic, didn't Scientologist act upon and prove this already when they slammed the IRS with multiple lawsuits. I forget the outcome but I believed it was negative to the IRS.