In European racing and some American series, when you win a race you stand on a podium. When you win a NASCAR race you stand on the roof of your car.
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To remove an old television antenna from your roof, you will need a ladder and a screw driver. You'll need to go up to the roof and unhook the antenna.
It is part of the toolkit, on the boutique's roof
In 1994 Nascar introduced the roof-flaps, invented by Jack Roush of Rouse Racing and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. The roof-flaps were actually invented by Gary Nelson. he got the idea by eating a McDonald hamburger and playing with the styrofoam container it came in.
The roll cage is around the driver, to prevent the roof from collapsing during a roll over crash, and injuring or killing the driver.
It stands for (Heritage High Roof) HHR.
Typically, it is the part that extends beyond the building wall, aka tail of the rafter. It creates the area where you can stand under the edge of the roof when it rains.
4 airbags in 2004 Saturn L-300; front driver and front passenger; roof mount side impact driver and directly behind back seat passenger and roof mount side impact passenger and directly behind back seat passenger
when you are sick eat toast every 2 hours and stand on the roof.
It stands for Heritage High Roof (HHR)
Yes you can. If you look on top of your vehicle, the passenger side and driver side shoulder have two rectangular slot each where you remove and install the roof rack.
The 1994 "Saftey Package" was right side windows, roof rails, and the roof flaps, in a high speed spin the low pressure on the roof causes the flaps to deploy, (there is also a tunnel between the flaps to help each other deploy) when the flaps pop-up this causes a high pressure area on the roof holding the car down on the track rather then the lifting and flipping prior to the installation of this package.
They can be sued by the other driver for damamges (if at fault). If not at fault, they may have a very difficult time getting insurance in the future and when they do, the premiums will be through the roof.
you can with a ds action replay or you can get all 150 stars manually stand by the cannon and it should open aim for the roof and hey presto
well, in the old days, like 1950's cars used to burst into flames because of engine failures and caused death to the driver and the fans.(Racers didnt have fireproof stuff.) Also, cars used to fly over fences, or the fence broke through and killed fans. These days, Nascar has stuff called roof flaps that keeps the car mostly on the ground. It was fun seeing cars getting airborn and flipping like crazy in the old days. Now, cars just hit a wall and just slide on the cement, or grass.
They would have to stand in the rain because there was no roof over that part of the stage.
K stands for the first name of the person who invented this roof span,but I dont know where was he from.
It stands for Heritage High Roof (HHR). The design is based loosely on the 1949 Chevrolet Suburban.
There is a switch on by the sun roof there is also a light in the same console. If the switch does not work there is a manual control inside this panel you can use a flat head screw driver to open and close it with.
The YouTube channel titled "Roof Top Comedy" appears to be a station that plays only videos containing stand-up comedians. The videos on this channel would most likely provide more information about Roof Top comedy.
If the bubble is black, it would be the roof-mounted camera. These are used for various views of possible wrecks, highlights, and basic coverage of the racing event.
I'm not 100% sure if they are to do with the moon roof, but if you pull out the right rear heater/air con vent (behind the driver) there are two 20A fuses. Maybe one of these are part of the motor.