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Google’s Plan to Eliminate Human Driving in 5 Years

Future Cars: Chevrolet’s 2016 Camaro Coupe

It is a beauty!!

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Chevrolet’s legendary Camaro is an affordable muscle car that captures the attention of many car enthusiasts, me included; its brawny styling and powerful engines make it a tough combo to beat for its closest archrivals – theFord Mustang and Dodge Challenger.

Arguably I’d consider the current generation car to be the best yet (especially the latest hell-raising Z/28). Yet the new car industry never stays still; so since Ford has an all-new Mustang for 2015, I’ve decided to digitally envisage how the next Camaro could potentially look.


Caster is Faster!

A teaser:

In cars using stock or near-stock frontend geometry, caster can be increased from the factory settings. Caster stagger is also a useful setting. Caster stagger occurs when there is more positive caster on the right side than on the left. When entering a turn to the left, the excess caster on the right will give the car a natural tendency to turn left.

Long tracks, especially the paved ones, need only a small amount of caster stagger—perhaps only 1 degree. At a ¼-mile dirt bullring, much more can be an advantage. The IMCA stock car we recently put together in Stock Car Racing uses 9 degrees of caster on the right and 5 degrees on the left. This is a lot, but the car turns in easily.

From: Stock car Racing.com

For how to use your QuickTrick for Caster.. click the video link here:  Measuring Caster for QuickTrick

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