For all you fellow F1 racing fans out there, FMCG International has developed a full replica F1 racing sim that you can actually climb into. Now, before you get too excited, I have to mention the price tag…$140,000. Yes, that’s 140 large to get this kind of experience in your gaming room.
It’s one expensive toy but, man...doesn't it look like a lot of fun?
Iceland was a great adventure. Waterfalls, glaciers and volcanoes make for amazing scenery and awesome hikes. The landscape goes from volcanic bareness to lush green hills and most everything in between.
It’s also a photographer’s paradise and I hope to go back soon.
This is one of the most beautiful cars ever designed. The Ferrari 330 p4 has low, sleek lines that are gorgeous and timeless.
From supercars.net: The p4’s best moment came at Daytona when Enzo Ferrari got his sweet revenge on ford and placed 1-2-3 at one of America’s most respected sports-car races. Until his death, Enzo kept a picture of the trio on their final lap of the momentous race. other notable victories included the car’s debut 1000 km races at Monza.
I visited Bologna, Italy recently and more importantly for my fellow Ducati fans, Borgo Panigale and took the Ducati factory/museum tour. I had an awesome time and it was agreat tour with lots of inetersting information. I also was able to see some bikes in final tests and peeked inside the Ducati Corse room where the Moto GP bikes are created. Overall it was a fantastic opportunity to see how Ducati's are born. I recommend it to all Ducatistas. IMHO, it was even better than the Ferrari tour.