Only IMS goes the opposite direction. Daytona’s road course travels the same direction as the oval, as do Charlotte, Iowa, NJMP, Kansas, Homestead, and basically all other rovals I can think of.
The WEC GT field tends to not be as hotly contested, especially compared to the states where it's four works teams (plus the increasingly competitive Falken guys). »
Not just adjustable, but independently adjustable. My mom took her driving test in a car with front bench seats. She was under 5’6”, the instructor was the 6’7” football coach with his knees on the dash so my mom could reach the pedals.
Logistics. They start with the European season for everyone still finishing preparations on their cars, before heading off overseas. Then they spend the second half of the season sharing jumbo jets for cost savings. »
Not quite. The internal combustion engine can only drive two wheels, full stop. It will always be FWD. »
No, because that would be just the kind of justification that tells people to buy into things even when they sound too good to be true. The last thing we need is giving suckers hope.
Took my car in for a smoked clutch (not by me, a friend who borrowed my car). The clutch repair went fine aside from a few days delay while they ordered some special tool for my car that despite being a dealership (my fatal mistake) they didn't have. »
Given how little effect it has on the race itself (many drivers don't even use their boost because they're conserving energy), I'm all for anything that gets more people engaged. It's not like a driver with fan boost doesn't still need to be a darn quick driver to execute a win with it, and they're still stuck with… »