Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by jmpatrick, Mar 20, 2017.
The lunatics are on the grass...
Who's gonna make the first wall quip? Oh.....
"Animals" immersion box and SACD now, to cover the costs
Your reflexes tend to slow down after 70 years of age.
That's not a McLaren. Go to 00:22, and the prancing horse is at the top right of the driver side fender. It's a Ferrari. Looks like the F40.
I hope he can afford to get it fixed.
He's still racing?!
Crew member to doctor on site:
"Take up thy stethoscope and walk!"
The car that was shown most of the time was another driver in a Ferrari F40 (my favourite Ferrari) but then a quick cut to Nick in his F1 GTR crashing. Ouch. That's a RARE car right there. George Harrison only had a (almost) standard F1 and that was as rare as hens teeth. C'mon, Nick, if you can't take care of 'em don't bloody drive 'em!
Oh, and btw, I hope Nick's OK too.
I don't know if it's as simple as that, it's a 20 year old car that was only made in teeny tiny numbers but I'm sure Mclaren will help him out. If they can afford it after this years forthcoming Mclaren/Honda F1 season.
At least the on-site medics didn't need to advise him to... Scream Thy Last Scream?
"I'll get me coat!"
The one with the huge yellow 'GTR' scrawled all over it?
My brother in law makes $3865/day on the internet now has a 2016 McLaren and if Nick sends me his info I'll hook him up toot sweet
The car that the camera is following is a Ferrari F40, but that's not the car Nick Mason is driving. He is behind the F40 and they cut to him in the McLaren when he goes cross country
he was just
"ticking away the moments that make up a dull day"
Well it does appear he'll need A New Machine (part 1).
Ok I'm done.
Is your brother-in-law a Nigerian prince?
Seriously, hope Nick is ok!
^^ 2 posts above yours.
Perhaps Nick should slow down and consider taking up more Ficticious Sports.
Glad he's OK!
I have no doubt McLaren will be able to put it back as it was, but it certainly won't be inexpensive to do so. Given enough money, any car can be fixed, even if you have to fabricate parts from scratch that can't otherwise be sourced. Since McLaren presumably has the original engineering drawings for the F1 GTR (and probably some of the original engineering staff who designed and built it), what might be much more difficult tasks for other limited-production supercars are already sorted.
It could have been worse - I'm sure he's glad it was the McLaren he crashed rather than his Ferrari GTO.
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