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Beautiful car, cheesy women, terrible driving


williamggruff

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How many blondes to drive a 2002 ........3......2 to steer .....1 more to change gears .... yep they were missing the third ......So what was the point to all of this anyway??

72/2002 Inca

72tii/2002 "Apple"

70/2002 "Five "

73/2002 "Freeda"

2007 Lotus 7 Replica

2011 Ford xr6 Ute

85 E30 325

70 1600-2 "Orange"

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That has to be the WORST driving performance I have ever seen in my life. These women are not helping the rest of the feminine pop. in turning around pre-conceptions about their driving!

I'm no longer affiliated with Maximillian Importing Company in any way, please address any questions directly to them.  -Thanks.

2002 "tii" coupe 1970
E21 320/6 2.7 Stroker 1981
E23 730 1978

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That has to be the WORST driving performance I have ever seen in my life. These women are not helping the rest of the feminine pop. in turning around pre-conceptions about their driving!

Seriously... These women put women to shame. So may great female drivers out there, but all the public sees is these two idiotic blondes.

I taught my girlfriend to drive stick in my 02... 5 minutes in she was good enough that she could panic stop (with me screaming stop! randomly, in much the same manner that I was taught by my father many years ago) without stalling, and shift up to third gear in a parking lot without stalling it at all. It really impressed me actually...

That poor 2002 is just idling along... I bet it screams when it gets on that cam.

1974 Grey European Market BMW 2002 

1976 Yellow BMW 2002 "GOLDENROD" SOLD

1972 Yellow Austin Mini 1000

A bunch of Bikes...

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Everyone chill....2nd girl didn't do too bad and neither are hard to look at. 1st one reminds me a bit of the girl on Big Bang Theory.

1995 Toyota Landcruiser

1975 2002A

1989 Dodge Raider (sold)

1974 Toyota Landcruiser (very sadly sold)

1994 BMW 530i (sold)

1992 BMW 325i (sold)

1970 2002 auto sunroof (sold)

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Wow, that's more peroxide and hair straightener than I ever needed to see...

...and yes, half my family comes from there. >>shudder<<

On an up note, a woman qualified on pole for Nascar for the first time in history. Hell, women in Nascar at all is pretty impressive, if you've ever

seen THAT buncha goodoldboys behind the scene... at least, historically speaking...

Susie Stoddart is still driving a DTM car, as of last season, and is a development

driver in F1...

"I learn best through painful, expensive experience, so I feel like I've gotten my money's worth." MattL

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Just to add....Jutta Kleinschmidt has been an awesome driver in the Dakar Rally for years. And born in Germany. And worked for BMW for a time. In fact , her 1st Dakar was run on a BMW motorcycle. She won the Dakar in 2001 driving for Mitsubishi. I'd have to put her top female racer (thus far). Just my 2 cents.

1995 Toyota Landcruiser

1975 2002A

1989 Dodge Raider (sold)

1974 Toyota Landcruiser (very sadly sold)

1994 BMW 530i (sold)

1992 BMW 325i (sold)

1970 2002 auto sunroof (sold)

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Interesting first portion of the video. Passenger should have been the driver. Wonder why it wouldn't start back up after it stalled on the track??

Watch out for fast (great) women (race) drivers. I've read they have better reaction times than men.

From Shirley Muldowney to Danica Patrick, I applaud all who have had interests and careers in Motorsports.

BTW: Good drag racing movie about Shirley M: "Heart Like a Wheel" starring Bonnie Bedelia.

Jim Gerock

 

Riviera 69 2002 built 5/30/69 "Oscar"

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