OT - F1

Joseph McAllister pentaxian at mac.com
Mon Oct 19 00:57:28 EDT 2009


On Oct 18, 2009, at 15:53 , paul stenquist wrote:

> Exactly. And the driver's reactions have to be superb. Things happen  
> very fast at that speed. But while reactions have to be immediate,  
> they have to be controlled as well. A responsive race car requires a  
> light touch.

If any of you had watched todays race, you would have been amazed at  
not only the reaction times of the drivers when a vehicle began to  
"get away from them", but the accuracy of their response to what  
1/10th of a second before was an unknown event.

If it doesn’t excite you,
This thing that you see,
Why in the world,
Would it excite me?
—Jay Maisel

Joseph McAllister
pentaxian at mac.com








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