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Jim Hunt's son taking his father's car

Don Garlits himself driving Swamp Rat (Parade Lap, since he can turn the car that sharply)

6 wheeled F1 cars ( 4 at the back)
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Makes me cringe:

http://www.autoblog.com/2015/06/26/m...usauto00000016

Obviously the title is a bit misleading but it would still suck to lose a wing on a car like that......
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just saw the BigBlock powered McLaren
& F1GTR V12
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great to see the cars run
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It's great to see/hear these vintage race cars.
There is nothing quite like Goodwood.
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good lord that p1 lm is amazing
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That Self-Driving 1965 Ford Mustang Self-Drove Into A Wall


https://jalopnik.com/that-self-drivi...a-w-1827554973

As you can see, the car couldn’t stop yoyo-ing the throttle and frequently made drastic steering dives towards the hay bales and barriers as it wove back and forth along the route. There were multiple times the driver had to take over and try to keep the car on course, all while one of the developers had to keep up a cheery attitude for the voiceover.

That video is one of two times the car ran up the hill, but it had just as many issues both times it ran. According to the developer, the car relies on GPS for its navigation, and isn’t actually using what the sensors see of the road ahead to navigate. In theory, it should just be following a map of Goodwood based on a GPS signal tracking its current position, but clearly that wasn’t working out.

Luckily, the Mustang is still fully capable of being driven as a normal car, and the intention behind the development of the system is to figure out a way to help people relax during the “boring” aspects of driving, or when they need to be busy doing something else.

But clearly they still have a lot they need to work out. That run was just as terrifying as it was hilarious.
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Originally Posted by miracle_whip4130 View Post
Makes me cringe:

http://www.autoblog.com/2015/06/26/m...usauto00000016

Obviously the title is a bit misleading but it would still suck to lose a wing on a car like that......
I think that's the Le Mans winning car. It was probably all original prior to this wreck.
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