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MieioW? Or is this too obvious?
I watched the channel 4 highlights & was surprised that there were no collisions until Young Shoemacher slid into the wall.......the subsequent events showed up the bad design of having the walls too close to the track & having virtually no safety zone - but having said that they have raced ...
- 30 Nov 2021, 23:13
- Forum: Escorts and Stewards
- Topic: British F35 crashes into Mediterranean
- Replies: 34
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To me it looks as if the pilot was aware of something wrong halfway up the ramp because he ejected as soon as the nosewheel went over the edge of the ramp & pitched nose down. Note that the aircraft was on fire when it hit the water, so either main engine or fwd fan failure?
I've been trying to get my head around the number of people infected every day. If there are 45,000 new infections each day then in one year there have been 16.4 million people who have had Covid. That is one quarter of the UK population. On average there are 150 deaths each day that adds up to 55 t...
I'd guess it was the wing position with the RS3 having the wing set low on the fuselage and the RS1's being somewhat higher. The one in Mike's clue clearly has the low-set wing. I'd like to claim that I was suckered into the RS1 because of Mike's Lewis Caroll clue but it's just an excuse - I should...
Likewise, I've seen this before, but can't remember it's name. I'm out of this one[quote/]
Shame on you .....there is a very big clue overlaid in the picture that should lead you to wiki info!