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Whether F1 or IndyCar, clever engineering is key

9/17/2012 06:16 PM EDT
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David Ashton
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David Ashton   9/18/2012 11:08:26 PM
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@"it costs a single team about $400 million a season to operate a race car. That's as much as one space shuttle launch." So THAT's why the US has not put more guys in space since Apollo.....

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Brian Fuller2   9/28/2012 11:01:22 PM
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Nice, one David! But now we've killed the program, sigh. So maybe we should funnel the money into IndyCar racing...

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