I have several of their autographs and pictures with them. They all have a different history to them. The history of the sport is the third reason I love nascar. Learning about all the driver’s who began with the sport, and the cars that originated in the sport. Learning about the great legends of sport, how they began and where they are today, makes watching a race that much more exciting.
He is one of the big reasons that the United States has a middle working class because of his great generosity for his workers. Ford could have been anyone. He proved that small ideas from a know nothing farm boy, that made some mistakes along the way but was persistent, could change the entire course of the world for the better, something Ford Motor company continues to achieve today. What a wonderful example Henry Ford was in achieving the American Dream and tried hard to engrave that mindset into the peoples of the United States. Henry ford was that ordinary man that showed everyone that anyone could become a brilliant but simple person no matter what their
There’s more to it than it may seem. My lifelong dream career is to be an automotive engineer. Ever since I was a child, I would always look at the cars passing by in the street and guess what make or, if I felt lucky, guessed the model. I recall saying to my parents that I would even develop a car that would run on any renewable resource. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been fascinated by how the car came to be, the world’s number one choice of transportation.
The surge of WW2 vets returning home, most whom could afford a vehicle and had a sense of adventure as well as a desire to test the performance of their machines, gave to the rise of street racing or "Hot Rodding." As a legal and commercially organized sport, it began on Sunday, June 19, 1950. The first organized drag race was held at Santa Ana, California (Roger Chapman). The first legal dragstrip, the Santa Ana, begun on an airfield in Southern California, and quickly gained popularity among the Muroc crowd because of it's revolutionary computerized speed clocks. Drag meets in the US are sanctioned by associations like the NHRA (National Hot Rod Association), AHRA (American Hot Rod Association), and the IHRA (International Hot Rod Association).
I love both of these vehicles; even though they have advantages and disadvantages. It all comes down to investing time, money, sweat, blood, and hard work in to your vehicle to secure your investment. The Rx-7 was completely redesigned for 1986 with independent rear suspension, 13B fuel injected engine and Porsche 944 style
That’s why injuries are so common now, everyone is pushing the limits to make it to the top and live their dream. There is so much work to get race ready in Motocross. Some say it’s as much as 90% preparation and 10% racing. The physical requirements to be at the top level are ridicules; you have to be in amazing shape. Not only having great cardio, but a lot of strength to throw around a 220+ pound dirtbike for 30minutes plus two laps, twice.
SPCH 1315 22 January 2012 Radio Control (RC) Vehicles: A Hobby for All of Us General Purpose: To inform. Specific Purpose: To inform my audience on the versatility, joy, and educational value of owning a RC vehicle. Central Idea: No matter the age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or social class, RC cars have something to offer everyone. Quote: “America is all about speed. Hot, nasty, bad-ass speed.
Prior to Ecclestone, the motor racing industry in Europe had at least two rivals. It is Ecclestone’s business genius that unified the racing industry and ended any rivalry that is possible.. The motor racing industry is driven by the number of viewers that theis sport could attract. The more the viewers’ interest in this sport, the more revenue is goes to the TV broadcasters of these the race events (viewers); the sponsors (advertisements/ endorsements) and the race track owners (tickets). The revenue generated is split among all the players in this motor racing arena.
My Senses Amazed Me in My Race Car I have had a lot of memorable experiences in my life so far, although none quite as memorable as the one I had shortly after I turned 19 years old. Driving a race car at 169 miles per hour at Talladega Speedway was one of the most exciting experiences of my life that attacked all of my senses to an extreme that I will never forget. The experience I had that day was an assault on every sense in my body. Although it was a quick drive and only a few laps around the track with few other cars, it was something totally new for me that I thought I would never get the chance to do. It will truly stay with me for the rest of my life.
My passion of cars, aero planes and machines in general has been one of the biggest influences in me choosing this career as my future path. Whenever I used to watch a racing event it used to electrify me with the experience that it provided. I used to analyze what I saw and used to wonder how these vehicles got such extraordinary power and what exactly the mechanics behind it are. This made me want to learn more about the