Pab can self produce like no other. I agree, for me the stuff I enjoy the most is the free form stuff too.Yeah totally understand that it's two different formats and intents. I'm sure both will resonate well, I just tend to lean more towards the informal nature of the Fish type set up. For example, Andy was way more entertaining with PAB on the malecon after San Felipe on a casual cell phone hook up then he was via Skype on the Dirt Center program. My opinion. I prefer the casual dialogue I guess.
Talk to Marty Fiolka. That dude as everyones phone number. EDIT: I see he has already commented.Holy ****...someone find me Dave Despains contact info. I dont care if I need to sell a kidney...I want him on our live show at KOH. And of course, Cameron
I met him after the 40 Yrs of Glory Baja 1000 at Long Beach Center for Performing ArtsHoly ****...someone find me Dave Despains contact info. I dont care if I need to sell a kidney...I want him on our live show at KOH. And of course, Cameron
Plus, an ex-soldier who is a MAJOR babe..at the level of Heidi Steele. I say, another twist -- get the trans-girl BOMBS with genetic-girl co-drivers ("settle them down", their experience) like Heidi Steele, Becki Freeman, Sarah Price (just took 2nd at SF250 in Trophy Truck Spec), Blair Tyndall (Class 1, 2nd at SF 250 )"I got time that felt so confused because I could not come out as a woman when I was on duty. My mother Kathy told me my father would stand for me whatever it lies in my mind. He first speak out 'my daughter Josephine' at a dinner with my two brothers. I feel so relieved. He also let me to change my last name to Beck, and started my new life with my sweet and kind boyfriend Jose."
The date of the article is 2009, this was the time I was in touch with various entities -- Caltech/NASA/JPL, Georgia-Tech GTRI "Georgia-Tech Research Institute"/ATAS (Aerospace Transportation Advanced Systems Laboratory), etc. I know the Head of ATAS, we had a 45 min conversation about an Offroad Racing project -- they already had an Offroad project using 3-way consortiumAfter months of meticulous planning and testing on earth, engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory finally tried to drive the Mars Rover, Spirit, out of the sand trap in which it was mired. In a day, they buried it deeper.
While this situation may present a conundrum for NASA engineers and scientists, getting stuck is old-hat for professional off-road racers like Ryan Arciero and Mark Miller, owners of Arciero-Miller Racing. "Before you start doing anything you have to find the path of least resistance," Arciero says. "And when you get rolling, which way are you going to go?"
GET THIS:..NASCAR engineering.
Built on the skeleton of a Ford F-350 truck, the vehicle is called the ULTRA AP (Armored Patrol). Its builders melded some of the latest advancements in vehicle defense with the maneuverability and safety features of an "off-the-shelf" truck to develop a concept vehicle that may one day replace the familiar Humvee in the battlefield.
"The idea of using an off-the-shelf vehicle is that it already has that stuff in it,"
[ Hey!! This is what Offroad Racing classes do..so WHY THE HECK did ONR & GTRI/ATAS turn to NASCAR, instead of Offroad Racing. Well..I can go 2 ways on this. 1st..NOBODY KNOWS about Offroad Racing, a geographically niche-sport ("The best kept secret in Motorsports", as per Jim Baldwin who bought..then WRECKED CORR. Love Ya!! Geeses..). 2nd, they may know Offroad Racing is a DISORGANIZED MESS -- multiple race series/promoters (with different classes/rules)..it's DIFFUSE. There isn't a brick-and-mortar, Vice President Technology (likely what NASCAR has, Indycar sure has one because I've been working with them since 2013), "suits" (morons impersonating as "professionals"), etc. Just a bunch of "good time Charlies"
1) horsing-around with their Offroad toys
excellence in Empiricism "Trial & Error evolution" -- pretty DANG GOOD..trust me, I know Engineering & Applied Science. The recent Pistol Pete tragedy is an example, safety equipment was compromised.
2) hanging out at strip clubs before the big-race
!!! ARE YOU KIDDING ME..Team Penske in Indycar has CURFEW for their team (in bed by 10pm), certainly no STRIP CLUBS into 2am. Getting "dinged" by trannies "I got your $$, you got grossed-out by my dick". See Dave Caspino's FB feed, for PERSISTENT obsession with trannies.
3) too much drinking/partying
lots of boozing, womanizing, "transmission" stuff (they're BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE, some are patriots in US Military..leave'm alone!!). Man, that group I was with at Rosina's (on Malecon) at SF250 -- WHEW! Stuff I can't mention (or they would kill me). That Australian guy was pretty wild..AND FUNNY! I ran into him & Cam Steele's fabricator Brady:
^^^ in all seriousness, there ARE some localized professionals who have their S***T together. They would make great "Development Partners". E.g. AGM (All German Motorsports.."European Sophistication" Martin Christensen & Armin Schwarz), Xtrac Development Partner, who successful developed an Xtrac gearbox, leading to their FIRST Class 1 victory at 2008 SCORE San Felipe 250!! I have some plans for Martin C, so watch for that..like "pulling in" BMW
[ who are partnered with Intel/Mobileye in Autonomous Cars (predicted 27 BILLION $$ sector by 2020)..latter was "birthed" in Offroad Racing via the DARPA Grand Challenge 2004/Barstow & 2005/Primm, administered by SCORE ]
into Offroad Racing. I.e., Desert Racing is a perfect testbed for EDE (Extreme Duty Environment) -- heat, dust, endurance ("Fatigue Cycling", from Mechanical Engineering), Performance (engine, chassis, shocks, suspension, etc), Safety (BIG DEAL in consumer cars), etc ]
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) principal research engineer Gary Caille told LiveScience. "The automotive industry has spent a lot of money evaluating these chassis for safety and we can make use of that."
The ULTRA AP was developed at the GTRI, which brought together engineers from the commercial automotive and military worlds. The idea was to save money by marrying advanced armor materials and designs with proven safety designs from the automotive industry.
I like the save America slant. It's good marketing.
You may call me HUGE HEAD MAN!!i have no doubt that your brilliant mind will come up with something that will revolutionize the way we do things or live our life’s do keep on keeping on