This is a fascinating video by Honda of their achievements in F1 and F2 in the 1960's. It contains footage I haven't seen anywhere else, including Pau and Albi. It was posted on Pistonheads.
The only downside is they mention the RA302 crashed and caught fire at Rouen, but don't even mention Schlesser's name, let alone that he died. OK, so it's a corporate PR video but even so that's pretty bad.
It's still well worth a look.
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Here is what happens
Starting the 65 mod via GEM or the exe
Black screen as usual
3dfx logo apears. This is odd as the logo only appears when I run games with a glide wrapper.
Crash message appears
Back to desktop.
All other mods work fine. I assume the 65 mod has the wrong rasterizer setting but in GEM it says I'm using OGLv2 as in every other mod too. Switching modes doesn't help either. Any way to change the rasterizer for a mod somewhere else than GEM?
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After googling about to see if there are any updates/mods it seems they were.They were 2003/4 season updates but I can't seem to find any live links for the files.
Anybody know of or have an idea where I can find these files, or more, then please point me in the right direction.
Ferrari will split with its parent company, Fiat Chrysler, and investors will soon be able to buy shares in the iconic sports car maker.
Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) announced the news Wednesday, saying Ferrari will be listed in the U.S. and possibly on a European exchange.
About 10% of Ferrari's shares will be up for grabs. The other 90% of shares will be distributed to current Fiat Chrysler shareholders.
"The separation of Ferrari will preserve the cherished Italian heritage and unique position of the Ferrari business and allow [Fiat Chrysler] shareholders to continue to benefit from the substantial value inherent in this business" said John Elkann, chairman of Fiat Chrysler.
Ferrari has built a world-class name for itself based on its reputation for exclusivity. It has capped production at 7,000 cars per year to ensure demand consistently outstrips supply, making its cars all the more desirable.
However, after a recent management shake-up, the company said it will ramp up vehicle production by 5% this year to ensure its waiting list doesn't get out of control.
Ferrari's sales surged by nearly 18% in the first nine months of fiscal 2014, even as it sold fewer cars. Profits for the period also rose by about 4%.
Fiat Chrysler, which also owns the Maserati, Jeep and Dodge brands, made the Ferrari announcement as it reported third quarter earnings. Revenue was up 14% and profits rose by 7% compared to the same period last year.
The company also said it is recalling 566,000 Dodges and Jeeps.
This has been an epic year for recalls. Automakers have recalled a record 52 million vehicles, including 30 million recalled by General Motors (GM).
First Published: October 29, 2014: 9:40 AM ET
Video: Honda F1 And F2 In The 60's
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Sort of like calm before the storm....
Glad SRMZ is back!
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