Twitter Web App : 𝔸𝕟𝕥𝕠𝕚𝕟𝕖 Looks neat 👌 My one issue with Caterhams in darker colours is that it makes them even less visible to other traffic... you start to encounter the same issues motorcyclists face.
Twitter Web App : Tom Wiltshire You'd be fine with an SV. I'm a skinny shortarse so normal ones are fine for me (though the pedals are still a squeeze) but SVs are better shaped for basically anyone bigger/taller than I am.
Some prefer to squeeze into the standard cars on principle though.
Twitter Web App : Richard Brunning Ah, makes sense. I can't afford any of them either, but it's an opportunity to illustrate how wrong the people who actually buy the cars get it by showing how wonderful it could have been...
Twitter Web App : Adam Binnie I suppose it's part of the theatre, but it's best illustrated to me by the group test thing where by the time you've got into the car, belted up, and started it without it stalling again, your colleagues are three miles away.
Twitter Web App : Alex Goy F1 teams are virtually unmatched at high-speed development. Visited Renault a few years back. They have Boeing as a tech partner, and engineers do visits. Said the Boeing engineers couldn't believe how advanced some of the tech was...
Twitter Web App : Adam Binnie Hah. I love the shape of those seats and they're great when you're in them, but the act of getting in and out is such a nuisance I'd always go for the standard seats/belts in a Seven.
Twitter Web App : Lewis Kingston Neat isn't it. Actual Gordinis of any type are super expensive it seems (40k+ for a R8!) but there are some fairly decent replicas, and stuff like this and Dauphines with proper engines at decent prices.