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Corey

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Corey last won the day on December 23 2019

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  1. Definitely programmed, but still impressive. Need to walk before you run. The future is coming... I'm torn as a lover of both driving and technology. The stability control in my race car is a throttle cable and manual steering. Works pretty well!
  2. Astonishing implementation of technology: Details: https://news.stanford.edu/2019/12/20/autonomous-delorean-drives-sideways-move-forward/ This will be a good thing for future stability control systems: don't just make the car understeer off the road.
  3. Last paragraph is my words. Sorry, can't fix on a phone. The article is poorly worded. I'm not sure who the 2nd paragraph is talking about - FIA or ASN?
  4. Whoa! Article text for those that don't like clicking:
  5. Even better: Can Ken bring kits for me, Jim, and Greg to work? I can pick up Monday and give Greg's and Jim's to Jim on Monday. Or I drop Greg's off to him. Thanks Matt!
  6. I'd like to see & hear the video that was playing in the background at the banquet, looked interesting! The one with Pete L. and his Boxster. Is it available online?
  7. Sad news for an inspiring woman: https://jalopnik.com/fastest-woman-on-four-wheels-jessi-combs-killed-in-jet-1837654356
  8. Many GL5 oils use compounds that attack yellow metals, like the brass synchros in transmissions. I'd change that out sooner than later.
  9. I loved the auto trans in the C7 Z06 for the two laps at an autocross school. I couldn't shift that fast, and it felt like it was wired into my brain stem. It was always in the right gear. Granted, it only used 2, 3, 4 once I got off the line, but it downshifted under braking and kept that tire-shredding power available at any moment I wanted. Stunning. Other cars were going between 90 and 110 kph through the finish on that course. The C7 was ~140 kph. Woah.
  10. Sorry about your evening. Playlist of Corvette academy videos:
  11. I love it! Not so hot on the square-round steering wheel, or the thought of tire prices... Some people are really hating it. I hope this thing is a huge seller. Like, practically flooding the market. Then, I'll get a nice used one for used GM prices in 5-10 years. Most of them will get idled around with the occasional blast of power. That kind of performance scares most people.
  12. I leave all my old Civic shells in @cboettch's front yard.
  13. I loved DTC-60s at Gimli on my STI. They wore cartoonishly-fast in street and autocross driving. Felt great, but my gold wheels were black in one autocross and 1/3rd of the pad was gone. They NEED heat.
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