using IE right click over the link and click "save target as" with netscape right click then click "save link as"
can't believe the skill involved with rally cars.. why can't there be more of a following in the states!
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can't believe the skill involved with rally cars.. why can't there be more of a following in the states![HR][/HR]
THANX!!! and for the record, I LOVE @home... almost 1/2 a meg a second on that DL!!!!!!
lets see, 400+ whp allwheel drive. and the suspension and chassis to land a 2500 lb car that has just fallen 10ft at 60 miles an hour..having traveled 100ft airborne um yeah i'd stay a brit too if i could see that every couple of week-ends.
cause most of these ******** are into nascar and cart were you can sit in a bench, drink a beer, eat some nachos and watch the entire circle track. rally car spectating is a bit different i guess. you have to trek into the woods, brave the elements and wait and wait for cars to pass while not having any idea whose winning of lossing.
yeah, its like american football for a lot of us. the game itself is but a small part of going to a game.
when it comes to nascar, how interesting is it to watch a pack of cars lap a circle a few hundred times?!?! i dont get it at all.
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