So I have to ask: If Johnny 5 was there, was Steve Gutenberg also in attendance? Preferably dressed in the Police Academy uniform? »
Vague forward-looking general statement here. I'm glad there's a consultant offering such precise guidance and insight. »
Things like this make it painfully obvious that the AAMA racing ban in the 1950s was a horrible, horrible idea.
Think about what could have happened if the GM brands didn't have to hide motorsports projects through things like COPO and unofficial relationships. »
Firing pattern and harmonics; which are both determined by geometry. Then the details such as ignition timing, valve opening duration and profile (which affect things like the exhaust scavenging as noted above). »
I've hired on to 'fill the gap' left when a company has moved twice now. It's a pretty effective way to gut any morale a company has when you blatantly show that you view employees as commodities. Try operating an engineering enterprise with a continuous~15% attrition rate? Cuts the retirement costs, but the shit… »
"They want a car that provides excitement and individuality, as well as the comfort, technology and reliability"
My grandmother used to say "Shit in one hand, want in the other: see which fills up first." »
This reminds me that I still have a ways to go to get as many endorsements on my license (Michigan) as possible. I've got regular/operator (O), motorcycle (CY), recreational double (RR), and Commercial Single Vehicle <26,000lbs., Non-air brakes (CDL-C,28) »
So what I've learned, is that dealerships that haven't yet quit selling cars in lieu of furniture are really stupid. »
Every time I spot the steering wheel still canted in a mini derived car, it drives me insane. "Why and how was this position acceptable. I don't even." »
A still-running team is easier to make work; once laid off, most of the staff is never coming back. »