Winner of the 1946 Indy 500: "All I had to do is keep turning left!"
I'm afraid for Pixar. Their upcoming movie is based on NASCAR of all automotive sports. Looks like a death wish to me, but if anyone can pull it off, I suppose it would be Pixar. They even worked with representatives of Ford on the movie, whether that is a good thing or bad, I'm unsure of. I just noticed while I was rewatching the trailer, NASCAR still uses five lug nuts? Wow, if F1 cars can use a single center lug nut, I don't see why NASCAR can't. By the way, if you haven't seen Pixar's working conditions, check them out now.

Now, onto some real racing and the original point of this post, Initial D the Movie finally has it's own website. Go and check out the trailer that is up, and for those that don't know what Initial D is, view the promo too! Yes I do believe I caught a glimpse of the black R32 Skyline GT-R in the trailer. Still thirsty for more? Check out this making of the movie video I posted up a while back. The entire crew from Infernal Affairs is in this movie. I should be adding this to my 2005 Summer movie list. I love tofu by the way.
At 5:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

NASCAR could probably go to one lug nut...but people love that whole pit crew thing!

At 6:45 PM, Blogger DC said...

F1 uses one center lug nut. They still need pit crews. Their service times are around half of NASCAR's. Apparently the five lug nuts are enforced by NASCAR for reasons unknown to me.


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