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From: AZ Nomad on 26 Jan 2010 15:04
On Tue, 26 Jan 2010 19:49:06 +0100, Ulf <asdf(a)asdf.com> wrote:
>AZ Nomad skrev:
>> On Tue, 26 Jan 2010 19:07:54 +0100, Ulf <asdf(a)asdf.com> wrote:
>>> AZ Nomad skrev:
>>>> On Sun, 24 Jan 2010 20:49:54 +0100, Ulf <asdf(a)asdf.com> wrote:
>>>>> I took my BMW 535i out for a spin on a lake this weekend. Unfortunately,
>>>>> it snowed a few days ago and with the sun out that meant 3-4 inches of
>>>>> crusty snow on top of the ice, so speeds of 100+ mph were impossible.
>>>>> All the people walking on the track didn't help either. You would think
>>>>> that if they didn't like cars driving past at speed they would walk
>>>>> somewhere else. The lake is almost 5 mi across, after all...
>>>>> Anyway, despite the almost non-existent grip it was way more fun than
>>>>> driving the Jeep, but with AWD it could have been awesome.
>>>> Being in it while it rolls at 100+mph might not be.
>>> While that could have been a probability in an SUV, I don't see it
>> The jeep isn't a SUV?
>Of course, I thought you meant the BMW. I'm glad I didn't drive my
>Cherokee this time, going sideways in that at 90 mph with 4 inches of
>hard snow could most definitely have been interesting.
Sounds like the BMW was a blast.
Last time I did anyting like that was in a mall parking lot. It was
just 25mph and I had to do it in reverse as it was a FWD car. You
sure can get spinning pretty good when the driving wheels are turned.
As I was leaving, a mall cop drove up. "Had enough?" "Yup."
And that was it.