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Aug 28, 2014 / 1 note
Chaos is merely order waiting to be deciphered.
José Saramago (via inthenoosphere)
Jul 2, 2014 / 375 notes
This is just a little bit gorgeous.
Mar 22, 2014 / 89 notes

This is just a little bit gorgeous.

timewastingmachine:

Battle for Title
1994 Australian grand Prix

Good news,  Schumacher manager says he is making encouraging progress :)
Mar 12, 2014 / 137 notes

timewastingmachine:

Battle for Title

1994 Australian grand Prix

Good news, Schumacher manager says he is making encouraging progress :)

Mar 6, 2014 / 367 notes

laughingsquid:

‘The Simpsons’ Couch Gag Created by Writer and Animator Sylvain Chomet

This is the most disturbing Simpsons couch gag in a while.

Mar 4, 2014 / 35 notes

cars-news:

2014 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Concept: se la 4C non era abbastanza eccitante per voi, ecco la Spider, con tetto in tela, scarico, cerchi e fari modificati e linee ancor più seducenti…

I adore this, the Italians are full of treats for us this week!

(via terta)

aussiegritandtheiceman:

Red Bull RB10 - rear end analysis
With the team having designed the world championship-winning car for the last four seasons, Red Bull’s 2014 machine has understandably been subject to substantial scrutiny since its launch. There are several areas of interest at the back of the RB10, including the large openings at the rear of the sidepods (1) that allow hot air to exit over the trailing edge of the diffuser. The diffuser itself (2) retains a very similar shape to that on the RB9 and features a mini flap in the 200mm wide central section (3). Also visible is the wide plane (4) that covers the rear leg of the lower suspension wishbone, the driveshaft and toe link. Also of interest is the fact that the RB10 follows the trend started in 2013 by Lotus and Mercedes of blowing hot air from the rear brakes onto the inside of the rear wheels (5).

For F1 fans
Mar 2, 2014 / 7 notes

aussiegritandtheiceman:

Red Bull RB10 - rear end analysis

With the team having designed the world championship-winning car for the last four seasons, Red Bull’s 2014 machine has understandably been subject to substantial scrutiny since its launch. There are several areas of interest at the back of the RB10, including the large openings at the rear of the sidepods (1) that allow hot air to exit over the trailing edge of the diffuser. The diffuser itself (2) retains a very similar shape to that on the RB9 and features a mini flap in the 200mm wide central section (3). Also visible is the wide plane (4) that covers the rear leg of the lower suspension wishbone, the driveshaft and toe link. Also of interest is the fact that the RB10 follows the trend started in 2013 by Lotus and Mercedes of blowing hot air from the rear brakes onto the inside of the rear wheels (5).

For F1 fans

Feb 28, 2014
automotivated:

Rally Tour de Corse 1982
Jean-Claude Andruet | Ferrari 308 GTB

I love this car, I had a Bburago model of it when I was a kid. It makes me so nostalgic.
Feb 25, 2014 / 1,120 notes

automotivated:

Rally Tour de Corse 1982

Jean-Claude Andruet | Ferrari 308 GTB

I love this car, I had a Bburago model of it when I was a kid. It makes me so nostalgic.

(via automotivated)

inthenoosphere:

1977. The mega-passenger aircraft is based on the shape of the Megalodon shark. Colani presented his own mega-version of a passenger aircraft seven years after the 747 first went into service. It has four flight decks, swing-wings at the rear and two fivefold drives. Each flight deck can seat up to 1,000 passengers. At the invitation of Tom Riedinger, Colani presented his model and the simulations he had produced himself in Seattle. 
Feb 18, 2014 / 14 notes

inthenoosphere:

1977. The mega-passenger aircraft is based on the shape of the Megalodon shark. Colani presented his own mega-version of a passenger aircraft seven years after the 747 first went into service. It has four flight decks, swing-wings at the rear and two fivefold drives. Each flight deck can seat up to 1,000 passengers. At the invitation of Tom Riedinger, Colani presented his model and the simulations he had produced himself in Seattle.