http://twitter.com/#!/PLANETROBBY/statu ... 5140724736Mar wrote:If that's all... well it's not that bad. Jari-Matti can do it 5 times during a rally and still do very wellsleenster wrote:I'm pretty sure that's what it meansMar wrote:Sorry, my English found its limits here.
I know what's to rip the nose in F1, but for a Nascar car what does it mean? That he lost the bumper à la Jari-Matti?
@jeff_gluck @CandiceSpencer Kimi got off course & nose did what Carls did at Charlotte in grass.
Well, unlike Jari-Matti's the mentioned car become undrivable
http://gantdaily.com/2011/05/23/parks-p ... charlotte/
When Carl Edwards wins a race, his normal routine is to pull up to the start/finish line, unbuckle from the car, and do a backflip off the window. Well, he decided to go “Dukes of Hazard” on the celebration and slid the car in the grass…only to hit a manhole cover to drain water. The nose of the car was torn halfway off, and even Edwards himself couldn’t believe what happened.
Nevertheless, he got out, did his backflip, and then went into the stands to celebrate with the fans. But, seeing as victory lane was on the front straightaway, he could not drive the car because of the damage.