[Biturbos4] BMW becoming the 'ultimate poser machine' -
michael at isuzu-mods.com
Mon Mar 1 17:41:30 EST 2004
Doubt they drive like that on the freeway. Besides, real racers drive
stick. :-P I sometimes see women or elderly people driving along with
their brake lights on, probably resting their left foot on the brake not
realizing that they are heating them up and illuminating their brake lights.
Mike (hate people who drive with blinkers on too!) Kuriger
California Fields wrote:
> "Wrong" is relative - a lot of racers drive left foot=brake, right
> foot=gas. :)
>> From: Michael Kuriger <michael at isuzu-mods.com>
>> CC: Audi S4 list <biturbos4 at audifans.com>
>> Subject: Re: [Biturbos4] BMW becoming the 'ultimate poser machine' -
>> My E36-M3Sedan
>> Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 13:01:44 -0800
>> Asgreed. Learning to drive in an auto is fine, but it's easy to
>> drive wrong in an auto (using the left foot for braking comes to
>> mind) which isn't an issue with a stick. Also, if your kid needs to
>> drive his/her drunk friend home in a 5 speed it's important that
>> he/she can drive it and not give up the keys to the drunk friend.
>> Just one possible thing to think about.
>> Mike (single dad) Kuriger
>> 6 year old daughter
>> 4 year old daughter
>> David Lau wrote:
>>> I taught all 3 of my kids to drive a manual first, but not on the
>>> S4. Used
>>> an '87 F-150 with a big old 4-speed stick 2' long from the floor and a
>>> forgiving clutch. All 3 of 'em have turned into enthusiast car
>>> who now relish a manual. The most satisfying time(s) were when my
>>> had to teach several of her boyfriends how to drive a stick!
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