👀 Looking for Pikes Peak documentaries. 👀
After watching @kblock43 program, The Gymkhana Files my wife has become obsessed with the historic hill climb.
Keen to encourage this petrolhead behaviour, is there another #pikespeak film worth watching?
Idag dog min kamera. Efter ca 240 mil i fält under ett år. Ändå bra under de våta förhållandena i Appalacherna. Får se när jag kan lägga upp nya bilder igen. Tidigare hade jag en Panasonic lumix GX800. Har vi några kameranördar därute som kan tipsa om något som skulle vara ett rimligt steg uppåt? Gärna kompakt systemkamera eftersom den tas med under vandringar.
På bilden ser ni Kate som försöker få liv i en eld under en tur I Colorado. Kaffe, övernattning och kärlek.
This past few months were just difficult and crazy. Being in one of the most beautiful place on earth, staring at the sunlights from surfboards, discovering the southern lights and on top was the time I spent with the kids.
Switching from Belgium to the south of France was a not a challenge. It was a need. Happy to be there with the kids I focused on my family but also took time to learn from myself. I learned #lightroom and #adobepremiere and decided to be more focused on sharing what life can be.
This moment is the biggest turn I took in my entire life. Hope you'll enjoy this new adventure. Not a scoop I'm a huge fan of @kblock43... Now it's time to live my own dream. First step? Don't know. What do you think of #pikespeak boys? 🏁🎬😉
McLaren F1 S70 V12 (1993-1996)
The doors on the F1 are super cool a la Lamborghini but with a slight difference, the McLaren’s doors move up and out when opened like a butterfly's wings.
McLaren was the number one F1 team in the 1980’s and they dominated the 1988 season winning 15 of the 16 races run that year. As such they decided to enter the exclusive supercar arena and build a purpose built road car themselves. Technical director, Gordon Murray and stylist Peter Stevens wanted a no compromise car, one that would be true to the McLaren name and showcase all its engineering excellence.
Murray concluded that the car needed to be small, use only the lightest components such as carbon fibre, titanium, gold, magnesium and kevlar and fit it with a large V12 engine from Bmw.
BMW had a suitable engine, S70/2, a 6.1lt (6,064 cc) 60-degree V12 monster. In an effort to dissipate heat quickly, the engine compartment was lined with pure gold thermal radiation reflective material.
Production was to be restricted to 100 cars only and prices were to break the 1/2 million pound mark each, a phenomenal price for a car in 1992. The car came with a 3 seat arrangement, with the driver been in the centre a la Formula 1.
After its release, the McLaren F1’s potential was realized when it reached 0 to 100mph and back to 0 again in 11.4 seconds. It recorded a top speed of 240mph, this lasted on the record books for over 20 years until the Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 came around in 2005.
Bridge Fellowship Service for November 18th has been cancelled.
After considering all factors, our elder team has made the decision to cancel tomorrow due to the "portable" nature of our church at this time. We felt it was important to consider the safety of our volunteers as well as our equipment.
If you really need some "Bridge Fellowship" today, you can view one of our previous messages online at www.bridgecos.com or vimeo.com/thebridgefellowship.
Enjoy this day with your family and we will see you next Sunday at 10:00am!
Watching #gymkhana#gymkhanafiles on @amazonprimevideo its great... but not as great as @kblock43 doing his thing here on #evocorner big thanks to him & his crew to give us Enthusiasts the greatest in badass car entertainment!