Andy_Bangle

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    BMW M5 (V10 507bhp)

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  1. Grand Prix Driver, the series goes inside McLaren's racing team to see what it's like to compete in Formula One – not just from the perspective of the drivers, but of the engineers and team leaders, too.The series is set to debut come February 9 on Amazon Prime Video.
  2. F1 2018 Drivers list

    Sirotkin confirmed at Williams. Robert Kubica gets a role as Reserve and development driver at Williams - PDR goes back to boring us on TV.
  3. F1 2018 Drivers list

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  4. Prices have been consistently under £500 for the last year or so but now they've taken another drop. Oz: http://www.secretflying.com/posts/london-uk-australian-cities-482-roundtrip/ Nz: http://www.secretflying.com/posts/london-uk-auckland-new-zealand-658-roundtrip/
  5. F1 2017

    Lewis showing off some other skillz.
  6. 'Wolf of The Autostrada'

    This is “Wolf of the Autostrada,” a short film that stars some very special people and some very iconic fast cars from the 1980s. Set to Frankie Goes To Hollywood and Spandau Ballet, we get to see four guys go at it on the Italian motorway in a RUF CTR Yellowbird, a Lamborghini Countach, a Ferrari Testarossa, and an Aston Martin V8 Vantage. The film stars Lamborghini test driver legend Valentino Balboni, RUF tester Stefan ‘Der Professor’ Roser, racing driver Mirko Venturi and sports car racer Sam Hancock. Besides the drivers having massive credentials, the cars are the real stars as they scream along vineyard roads!
  7. F1 2018 Drivers list

    Planet F1 reports that Williams has set its sights on Sergey Sirotkin to fill the vacant seat left behind by Felipe Massa. While Kubica reportedly impressed during the two-day Pirelli tire test, Sirotkin was also fast and brings with him significant sponsorship backing of roughly $15 million a year. A deal with Sirotkin has yet to be reached and even if one can’t be reached, Kubica won’t be the back-up for Williams. Instead, axed Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat is said to be the team’s second choice.
  8. Getting side steps fitted on an Outlander?

    But with sidesteps fitted you impede the Outlander off-road abilities Simple job, if they charge more than an hours labour, you're being ripped off.
  9. Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team

    Yep, that’s the only way he kept his seat that time.
  10. Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team

    Marcus Ericssson will remain in F1 next year after Alfa/Sauber confirmed he will be Charles Lecler's teammate in 2018 .... Ericsson must have a shitload of money behind him because he isn’t good enough for F1.
  11. Couple of New Motorsport movies out

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3985516/ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6622186/
  12. Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team

    Be interesting to see if they can complete more laps without breaking down. https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/sauber-alfa-romeo-returns-partnership-983901/
  13. "Relay Crime" reality?

    I’ve never bothered going OTT on physical security to stop scumbags stealing my cars. Twice when I had the 911 and the CSL I was followed home by people in cars who showed far to much interest in the contents of my driveway. Years ago I used do things like remove the HT lead but even that’s not so easy these days If they want it then they’ll take it be-it from your driveway, office or when you stop at traffic lights. And the police won’t give a rats arse unless you post something naughty on twitter.
  14. "Relay Crime" reality?

    True, then the thieves have to break a window or force the door and start the car using 'last years method' of connecting a computer to the OBD port to disable the immobiliser. Takes a couple of seconds longer.
  15. "Relay Crime" reality?

    Guess you could always test it yourself by seeing how close you can get to the car before it unlocks? Put the keyfobs on the other side of the house? in the garden shed? People are lazy and creatures of habit, that's how the letterbox fishing crimes work, you leave the keys near the front door and they get nicked.