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"BMW (6er) - Shark Instinct" via @DRIVETRIBE drivetribe.com/p/bmw-6er-shark-instinct-Lt2oocZ-QKunPuz6JNEFcw?iid=ermdE_akSiGeVa3K2YIu0Q
Hi! I am currently working on my master thesis and will try to develop a concept for a new racing series, which focuses on the fan. Meaning the fan will have opportunity to interact during races and have influence on the actions. Would be nice if you could spare some time to read through and maybe share your ideas or thoughts: drivetribe.com/p/fan-interaction-and-professional-Vlo50TPaSbGwh7AmQLu7jA?iid=S6Ea33SHQ165ITrmqFJH8A
Stanislav Nachev | DriveTribe
I go to car shows not to look at cars. Instead I look at their design. The picture below is an ad for the original Mini. I picked it up for 3 bucks from the parts swap section of the car show, just as the seller was packing up. My car friends infatuate about this engine and that gear box. All I care about is the aesthetics of a classic car. I always take a camera, film or digital to take photos. Often the shots I take are of minute details, a curve here, a straight edge there. The design of each car carries its soul and its character. When Alec Issigonis designed the original Mini, he didn't just design another vehicle to get from point A to point B. In fact, he designed a piece of history around which people built their lifestyle. Cars are not designed in vacuum. The people design the cars. So when I go to car shows, I don't go to look at cars. I go to look at what people designed.