February 11, 2013
Oh, and it cost somewhere around $50000 or so. Enjoy!
You learn something new everyday.
Posted by: brickmuppet at February 11, 2013 09:07 PM (vp6an)
Posted by: jon spencer at February 11, 2013 10:35 PM (RtbUg)
Personally, I'm holding out for an automatic.
Posted by: Avatar_exADV at February 11, 2013 11:52 PM (pWQz4)
Posted by: Mikeski at February 12, 2013 12:09 AM (DU6Ja)
Posted by: Mauser at February 12, 2013 06:23 AM (cZPoz)
The "drink" button triggers a pump that delivers the Gatorade. You don't want to strain yourself sucking from a remote bottle through the 6-ft-long straw.
Posted by: Pete at February 12, 2013 10:00 AM (RqRa5)
Pete, I have no doubt. The question is, do you fiddle with the Piper's gizmoswitches while undergoing 5g manuevers a handful of times every 90 seconds, in close formation with other planes, at around 180mph?
Heck, can an Arrow even do 180mph? Or take a 5g load, come to think of it?
Posted by: Wonderduck at February 12, 2013 05:31 PM (OS+Cr)
The fastest and toughest airplane I have ever flown is North American T-6 "Texan". It tops well in excess of 200 mph, in fact I was going faster through Valles Caldera. It can pull 5g easily and actually it takes a certain attention not to black out accidentially.
But without doubt proximity operations are the hallmark of F1. They are made easier by the advanced safety that F1 racers enjoy these days, but back in the day Fangio was doing 75% as fast WITHOUT A SEATBELT.
Posted by: Pete at February 13, 2013 08:55 AM (RqRa5)
Posted by: Gerberette at February 16, 2013 08:35 AM (LcKP6)
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