That thing has some steering angle!
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Thank you, that basically confirmed what I suspected, that racing resumes after (or precisely as) you pass the green flag. I have always thought it was a matter of physics and never understood the blazé attitude towards crash sites, if one car spun out and ended up there, why, when these guys are all doing almost exactly the same thing wouldn't another car follow almost the same trajectory, close enough to put them at great risk?
I should like to clarify I had no intention of wagging fingers, I was merely curious, and within the letter of the rule book the marshal was correct, rule book correct, not my call!
Cheers, Graham.Hi Graham,
I immediately after watching the video asked the same question, having never been a flag marshal or receiving any training on sectors made me ignorant to the situation.
I hope this link helps explain it for everyone! http://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/yes-a-green-flag-was-waving-but-know-the-whole-story/?v=2&s=1&r=8281
End of the day, there’s always wagging fingers when the proverbial hits the fan!!
If your Lancaster photos are in focus and reasonably well exposed, please please post them.
Here are a few I took at Duxford recently. I felt the skies ruined nearly all my shots of the two Lancasters together. Have kept the shots to try to go back to one day, but I think they are beyond hope
I've been hoping some of you 'over there' would get to shoot those two together, their reunion being of historical interest.
Photos of the pair don't need to be art in order to be historic and iconic.
I like the thrid and 4th photo. Wonderful!
Very nice series. Well done.
September on the flats
Can't believe the rip-off price Canon have set for this in the UK - £179 inc VAT.
We are used to paying pounds for dollars, which would have made it £149.
But pounds for dollars, and then VAT on top of that is a pure rip-off.
At current exchange rates the US price would be just £95 - so we are paying almost double.
It isn't the case with the new 24-105 STM, as that is only £479 vs $599, so without VAT (£400) that is much closer to the US price of £379
Why have they singled out the 24mm STM for such an extreme markup?
All they are doing is driving UK customers to buy grey market imports from the likes of Digital Rev - lets face it, there is not much risk importing a low cost item like this.
What is this, The Price is Right?The one who comes closest without going over wins the right to say "HAW HAW! I told you so".....
Ye think the exhaust took a bump!
YE the Z4M is mine... For sale