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God dammit. WTF, 2021. WT actual F. RIP, Sabine. I will for the rest of my days be in awe of your phenomenal driving skills.
At least they put the name on an actual sports car, rather than a bloody SUV or crossover. Lookin' at you, Eclipse/Mustang. Grrr.
Dammit, now I can't decide between not being able to afford this and not being able to afford the 911 GT3!
Perhaps I could not afford both!
It was the same for me. His enthusiasm was extremely contagious. He could have made dressage exciting. RIP, legendary legend.
Engineering Explained delved into the details of the new 911's engine. It's quite something. What an absolute beast of a machine.
It would seem our perceived disagreement is purely semantical. The physical possibility is indeed rendered moot by the fact that unless everyone...
What a bizarre argument. Of course it's fantasy; I made it in Krita. It's the front of the Toyota Avalon for crying out loud. I even exaggerated...
Oh god I hate myself.
And look at that, car manufacturers - they didn't give it a gigantic stupid ugly grille!
Seriously. I never rated the track initially, but after a while it became one of my favorites. I used it all the time for testing. It has everything.
"You had one job, real penalty simulator...!"
You're not alone. Cape Ring rules. I hope for a reappearance.
Well GT technically bills itself as "The Real Driving Simulator", but putting aside my reflexive flippancy, I just don't bother much with online...
I'm all for realistic physics; the realler the better, but I happen to like the car focus. I like starting off small and racing and tuning my way...
I'd actually be quite pleased as well.
That's over 500 km/h. Holy ****ing son of a ****ing ***** that's fast.
That grille... I just can't even. I am unable to.
The MX-5 NB Coupe looks surprisingly contemporary.
The GT series of course being famous for never including everyday cars.
I'd be down for that.
The way the device works I suspect it will be, though that's a good question.