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the newest season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, preview

June 23rd, 2018 by admin

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100-year-old model J Harley Davidson barnfind just underwent a 10 year restoration, and now will be ridden across America…. a WW1 motorcycle, and that’s pretty rare

June 23rd, 2018 by admin

“This is the first time the motorcycle has rolled on U.S. soil since its export to France 100 years ago,” said Jimmy Lyons, director and chief executive officer for the Port Authority.

Christophe De Goulaine and Pierre Lauvergeat are set up a 1918 Harley and sidecar and on Monday, they will roll out for Jacksonville, Fla. Planned stops after that include a visit to Harley-Davidson headquarters in Milwaukee on a 5,600 mile tour of America after a short residency at the Gulfquest National Maritime Museum.

For de Goulaine, fixing and returning this motorcycle to its homeland expresses his deep admiration of the United States and Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

“This motorcycle was built to liberate Europe, we plan to complete all 5,600 miles without special technical assistance,” he said.

The Harley-Davidson Model J’s reputation for simple toughness was the reason the US government bought 20,000 of these bikes for combat.

along the way, they’ll be stopping into Harley Davidson dealerships for meet and greets, like on June 29th, 4pm to 7pm
8909 Baymeadows Road
Jacksonville, FL 32256

they had this fixed and still kept the patina

https://rideapart.com/articles/1918-harley-davidson-french-barn-find
https://www.facebook.com/operationtwinlinks

beat a speeding camera using math.

June 23rd, 2018 by admin

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FP2 session at Paul Ricard

June 22nd, 2018 by admin

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Julius LeBlanc Stewart, an rich American artist who spent his career in Paris, he was nicknamed "the Parisian from Philadelphia".

June 22nd, 2018 by admin

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Nascar’s hall of fame… hmmm, ponder this: Smokey Yunick will never get in, and Danica Patrick – who never won a race, probably will

June 22nd, 2018 by admin

He was a great influence on Nascar.
She is a great influence on fans.

He won races as a mechanic, a crew chief, engineer, and team owner.
She brought a new generation of fans to the races, and helped extend the profitable age of Nascar racing. She never had a top 5 finish, in 191 races.

However
He pissed of the France family in perpetuity
She led laps in the Indy 500 and the Daytona 500, the only woman to do so. Simply, there aren’t many women who have ever raced in either. Danica crashed out in both. Never lived up to the hype.

But no one brought more eyeballs to the sport in the last 7 years. She was featured prominently in all Nascar marketing they could use her image in. Not because she won, or competed fiercely.

So, if I were a gambler, I’d say that she’s going to the Nascar Hall of Fame before Smokey

She was great for the sport’s profits. That’s the only reason the Nascar exists. Profits.

Banjo Matthews, Humpy Wheeler, Bill Rexford, haven’t gotten in yet

Ken Squier is in already. Who the hell is he? Don’t know, don’t care. The point is, he’s in, and Smokey isn’t. Banjo isn’t. Humpy isn’t. Get what I’m saying. The fix is in.

It’s a hall of FAME and not of merit. So, is there any reason to be upset? Probably not.

the NASCAR Hall of Fame has a voting panel of 53 people, they induct five people per year.

Autoweek article June 18 2018 issue, page 46
https://www.denverpost.com/2018/05/23/is-danica-patrick-nascar-hall-of-famer/

For a more technical look at some of the nominees:

• From the 1950 Southern 500 to still racing at age 90, Hershel McGriff exhibited a competitive passion that lasted longer than any driver in NASCAR history.

• With nine NASCAR championships to his name, Mike Stefanik remains one of the greatest to ever drive in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.

• No one is quite sure how many times Larry Phillips won, but a crew chief estimated he won 1,000 times; maybe 2,000. That’s a lot of Victory Lane celebrations.

• Ray Fox not only served in the U.S. Army during World War II, his strong mechanical work on engines led several drivers, such as Junior Johnson, to big wins.

• Known as NASCAR’s Ironman for more than a decade, Ricky Rudd held the premier series record for consecutive starts (788) until 2015.

• Known as a master motivator, Joe Gibbs’ 150-plus premier series owner wins and four premier series titles rank among the sport’s most elite company.

• For Massachusetts native Ralph Moody, it all started with a Model T Ford he built in 1935 and raced on nights and weekends.

• John Holman was considered the mastermind salesman and business manager of the famed Holman-Moody ownership duo.

https://www.nascar.com/news-media/2018/05/23/2019-nascar-hall-fame-everything-need-know/

The Ladies Pavilion in Central Park… the ornate Victorian pavilion was built in 1871 as a shelter for trolley passengers.

June 21st, 2018 by admin

The Ladies Pavilion is an important and charming example of 19th century American decorative arts. Architect Jacob Wrey Mould designed the ornate Victorian pavilion in 1871 as a shelter for trolley passengers.

It originally stood near the Park’s Central Park West and 59th Street entrance. When construction began on the Maine Monument in 1912, the pavilion was relocated inside the Park.

Perhaps it went here because this was once the site of the Ladies’ Cottage (above right), where female ice skaters congregated between the Lake and the Ladies’ Skating Pond

http://www.centralparknyc.org/things-to-see-and-do/attractions/ladies-pavilion.html
https://ephemeralnewyork.wordpress.com/2017/06/19/how-a-ladies-pavilion-ended-up-in-central-park/

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The Ladies Pavilion in Central Park… the ornate Victorian pavilion was built in 1871 as a shelter for trolley passengers.

wow!

June 21st, 2018 by admin

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WTF of the week

June 21st, 2018 by admin

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parking like Mr Magoo will get a result

June 20th, 2018 by admin

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