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#77 - Also why do I suddenly have two replies to a comment I made la…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/07/2015 on Motorsports Around the World 0
User avatar #78 - killerjhtwo (04/07/2015) [-]
Shit nigga iunno.
I just tapped right arrow and I was here...

#76 - NASCAR cars also have 800 horse on tap. and they no longer use…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/07/2015 on Motorsports Around the World 0
User avatar #77 - Jewssassin (04/07/2015) [-]
Also why do I suddenly have two replies to a comment I made last month?
User avatar #78 - killerjhtwo (04/07/2015) [-]
Shit nigga iunno.
I just tapped right arrow and I was here...

#119 - What the hell is a Dandere? Is that good? 04/02/2015 on It's not like I enjoy my... 0
#3 - Hey, its not my fault you dumbasses got your oil slugged up, c… 04/01/2015 on MFW Taking My Car In +1
#58 - NASCAR is still one of the most difficult races out there. F1 …  [+] (5 new replies) 03/20/2015 on Motorsports Around the World +1
User avatar #75 - killerjhtwo (04/07/2015) [-]
Also I forgot to factor in "It's about raw speed" into the argument.
Speed Comparison: GT vs. F1
A comparison of GT racing cars (which can easily keep pace with a stock car) going through Eau Rouge, compared to F1 cars going flat out at ~190 mph.

NASCAR is sustained higher speed than normal for a long period of time, it is very simple and reliable.

F1 is raw speed and raw pace. It goes anywhere quickly. The camera angles do not do it justice. You can drive down a motorway and do 60 mph and feel like you're going quite fast.
F1 cars take hairpins at around 50-60. Shit is fast and you can't really deny it.
#74 - killerjhtwo (04/07/2015) [-]
Hahah you for real?

The only problems F1 drivers have is the initial adjustment period and the fact that you're allowed to trade paint.
For instance F1 drivers go from high precision carbon fibre steering linkages that are responsive and very powerful and throttles that give them 800HP+ in the blink of an eye.
Then they go to old fashioned steel rack and pinion with yards of play and a throttle linked to a carb V8 which is a relative snail to get the power on.
Also the need not to break.
Going from 220 mph to 50 in 50m pulling about 5 G doing so for 60 laps is worlds apart from averaging 150 in a circle where the only time you need to break is if you're going to wreck the car or you're pitting in.

NASCAR is difficult in terms of strategy and keeping a car that wants to wander going in an oval. Other than that there is nothing to it apart from: Foot down> stay behind > pull out> overtake.
It's not as taxing as say last week in malaysia, they went from sweating off 10KG of body weight as water in the sweltering heat under loads that would strain even the most hardy kenyan marathon runner to having to carefully guide their cars through a veritable rain storm.

I'm sorry, but I've tried to watch a NASCAR race. It's not exciting. To be honest It would be exciting if you were there getting drunk and waiting for a crash, which is admittedly why most of the fans go there. Don't believe me? I bet you a good amount of money that a fan you could meet at a NASCAR race venue would have come straight from a monster truck rally or a demolition derby the week prior.

User avatar #76 - Jewssassin (04/07/2015) [-]
NASCAR cars also have 800 horse on tap. and they no longer use carburetors but now use EFI. And you're right, NASRCAR drivers dont brake. Actually the braking system on their cars are pretty much ineffective so it relies on driver skill (and various aerodynamic safety flaps) to keep the car level while avoiding any crashes. Which is probably the reason why NASCAR crashes can be pretty catastrophic.
Sure, NASCAR doesnt have hair pin turns, besides two road courses that dont get as much attention as the regular ovals, but the fact of the matter is averaging 190mph, not 150, for 2-3 hours is a huge toll on both driver and car. A toll that many drivers struggle so over come and all car manufacturers seek to beat. Thats 3 hours of 190mph, 3 hours of red lining engines. Fastest I've driven was at 140mph, which I've reached a few times, but I dont want to spent more then a few minutes at a time over 100. Things just change at those speeds.
On top of that, drivers can spin out other cars without even touching the car. Knowing the aerodynamic forces at play allows drivers to remove down force over the rear tires by positioning their cars in just the right spot behind the car a head.
I really dont care if you think NASCAR isnt exciting. Hell, I dont even watch races, but to think for a second that racing NASCAR requires a brief adjustment period and that running the races in easy in the grand scheme of things is just plain dumb.
And no, Im not saying F1 is easy. F1 is hard, and I know Ill never be able to do what those drivers can do. Ill never be able to do what a NASCAR driver can do likewise, but that doesnt change that fact that NASCAR is in fact one of the most difficult driving sports to consistently do well in.

Also I dont know where you're getting your information on wandering cars and yards of steering play. Each team and driver is allowed to set up their suspension and steering systems to be as tight or loose as they would like. And most prefer tight.
User avatar #77 - Jewssassin (04/07/2015) [-]
Also why do I suddenly have two replies to a comment I made last month?
User avatar #78 - killerjhtwo (04/07/2015) [-]
Shit nigga iunno.
I just tapped right arrow and I was here...

#57 - There are still advancements. Advancements in aerodynamics and…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/20/2015 on Motorsports Around the World 0
User avatar #71 - thelastamerican (03/21/2015) [-]
The cars are required to have the same body features, engines, and so on and so on. They even have to weight pretty much the same without drivers. The fact that there is one thing that is benefiting from NASCAR doesn't make up for the fact that every single feature on a car can be tested, but isn't because the nascar administrative people can't be bothered. A guy was caught using a different fuel blend than other drivers and was disqualified from the rest of the season.
#12 - Man my fingers have looked like that since before I got a phon… 03/19/2015 on What 0
#508 - I can only think of one for abortion, and that is that people … 03/09/2015 on Debate 0
#2 - Yeah but the car wont call the police on you when you look und… 03/07/2015 on When you see something nice +3
#42 - Does he drive his fully restored Jag every day? Is he a **…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/01/2015 on I could actually see him... 0
User avatar #44 - nudybooty (03/01/2015) [-]
As far as I'm aware, he drives it almost every day. Although his work is a 10min drive from where he lives and when it snows too much he drives his pick up truck. I'm not 100% sure but I think it's a 2010 XF. It was in horrible condition when he bought it, but he's made restoring and modifying cars into a hobby. I don't really ask about the jag because when I'm in it, I'm too busy smiling like a tard. My car is a shit bucket.
#60 - Ethshar (03/01/2015) [-]
"he's made restoring and modifying cars into a hobby"
That means he just does all the upkeep himself.He likely checks it over regularly and fixes problems before they become major.
#37 - Only makes sense that he gave her something that will break do…  [+] (5 new replies) 03/01/2015 on I could actually see him... +4
User avatar #41 - nudybooty (03/01/2015) [-]
I'm guessing my friends hasn't broken down because he put so much effort into fixing it up the first time, so it wouldn't need to be fixed a second time. Judging by the comments, jaguars are pretty bad....ignore my other comment, if you read it already....sorry
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User avatar #42 - Jewssassin (03/01/2015) [-]
Does he drive his fully restored Jag every day? Is he a nigger with low income but managed to get a car loan? I've seen some pretty shitty jags. It also depends on the year it was made. Any jag made in the 90s is trash, I forget the exact years but Ford used to own jag and they just made terrible vehicles. Modern jags still break down a lot but thankfully OBDII diagnostics make figuring out the issue easy, after you pay out of the ass in diagnostic fees because honestly most people cannot and should not work on their own cars.

All though I do admit I over reacted because I brain farted for a second and was thinking about Rolls Royce.
User avatar #44 - nudybooty (03/01/2015) [-]
As far as I'm aware, he drives it almost every day. Although his work is a 10min drive from where he lives and when it snows too much he drives his pick up truck. I'm not 100% sure but I think it's a 2010 XF. It was in horrible condition when he bought it, but he's made restoring and modifying cars into a hobby. I don't really ask about the jag because when I'm in it, I'm too busy smiling like a tard. My car is a shit bucket.
#60 - Ethshar (03/01/2015) [-]
"he's made restoring and modifying cars into a hobby"
That means he just does all the upkeep himself.He likely checks it over regularly and fixes problems before they become major.
#16 - I feel ya. I dont even know why. What are flowers gonna do to me? 02/26/2015 on some refreshing horoscopes :) 0
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#2 - I own an FJ Cruiser. Not because im some faggot that hol… 02/24/2015 on When did we make cars....? 0
#114 - Well I learned something today. Everybody can stop teaching me… 02/23/2015 on Oh my... 0
#85 - Well whats the difference?  [+] (6 new replies) 02/23/2015 on Oh my... 0
User avatar #114 - Jewssassin (02/23/2015) [-]
Well I learned something today. Everybody can stop teaching me things now, I got it.
User avatar #113 - thederpestest (02/23/2015) [-]
Loli is when you know it's fucked up to watch it and jailbait is when you're not sure if you're fucked in the head or not.
#111 - eatfapsleeprepeat (02/23/2015) [-]
jailbait is post or during puberty but under the age of consent. Loli is prepubescent
User avatar #108 - chrisel (02/23/2015) [-]
You are fully aware that a loli is underage but with jailbait you are not entirely sure and you hope for the best.
User avatar #99 - carnivoreapples (02/23/2015) [-]
the main difference is that with a loli you know that it is a child, but with jailbait you think the person isn't underage anymore, but she is.
#94 - anonymous (02/23/2015) [-]
loli is literally child. jailbait is someone who's borderline mature.
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#3082 - Im in Maryland and I like to play video games, do drugs, shoot…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/07/2015 on Hook up with an FJer 0
User avatar #3084 - Jewssassin (02/07/2015) [-]
male 21 if it matters to people.
#3078 - Im from Maryland too and I would too LOVE to meet someone with…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/07/2015 on Hook up with an FJer 0
User avatar #3579 - mildlygoodlooking (02/08/2015) [-]
Man you let a golden opportunity get away! Where are you from in MD? Think you could get them again?
User avatar #3720 - Jewssassin (02/08/2015) [-]
I actually just talked to someone tonight who might be able to get me some. Send me a friend request and I can keep you posted.
User avatar #3582 - mildlygoodlooking (02/08/2015) [-]
Also I would love to do drugs together.
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User avatar #22 - finni (07/10/2012) [-]
You got a badass username. Just wanted to let you know :)
#21 - omgitztom (03/08/2012) [-]
11/11
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10/11
#10 - NellieLovett (04/01/2011) [-]
YOUR AVATAR
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User avatar #6 to #5 - Jewssassin ONLINE (02/16/2011) [-]
I never thumbed you down. That was other people. I deleted all but one or two of mine.
User avatar #7 to #6 - Donthavename (02/16/2011) [-]
Oh... *thumbs up*
User avatar #8 to #7 - Donthavename (02/16/2011) [-]
:\ cant thumb up profile comments...
User avatar #9 to #8 - Jewssassin ONLINE (02/16/2011) [-]
Its alright. And the "Yeah." response wasnt sarcastic. I was acknowledging that you saw what it said.
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#1 - bobJML (01/09/2011) [-]
Damn you and your pop tart avatar for making me hungry for that specific flavor.
User avatar #2 to #1 - Jewssassin ONLINE (01/09/2011) [-]
Glad to see I can be of assistance.
#4 to #2 - bobJML (01/09/2011) [-]
Grrr...
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