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Renault

Renault have come under a lot of criticism so far this season for the unreliability of their engines. However to me, excluding Mercedes, Renault have shown how car manufacturers should operate in Formula One. 243 more words

Formula 1

Another Apollo moment from Space Watch

Wow–apologies for how this looks. The resulting format is because I’m being forced to use WordPress.com’s “New” editor. Because they automatically re-direct me to the new page, I can’t even see the layout as I type. 210 more words

Space Operations

Sparkling. The Adventure of Learning.

A couple of years ago, my son got to help his uncle put an engine in a Mustang. He happened to be taking a mechanics class in high school then, so it was rather exciting to him at the time. 82 more words

Black And White Photography

Pratt & Whitney, Rolls Royce, General Electric

#nowstuffnow

This blog strictly with the home team of F,S&HG!
Honing Discernment & Informing Choice.
Challenging but not aiming to hurt feelings.
If its out there, & worthy of remark, well, what do you expect!? 10 more words

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The “Little” Engine That Couldn’t

In my pre-trip blog, “Cherry Blossom Express”, I invited you all to stay tuned for my upcoming adventures to Virginia, (near D.C.). To share my happy spring forward into Spring. 529 more words

By The Pallets

The sun is making a difference and nice to be able to work on some cars in the open air rather than in a work shop, not everything can be done outside of course, just the more routine stuff. 350 more words

Mustang

Little Tasman

LITTLE TASMAN
details from Russell Ward

Russell was the bearer of some great news last week – the Colin Wild built Little Tasman, has found a new owner. 532 more words

Launches