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- n. skidpad
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See skid, n., 1.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as skid, 7.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a paved surface on which cars can be made to skid so that drivers can practice controlling them
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While trainings were running smoother than the slippery skidpan Chico cops were cruising on, Beasley admitted the campus is pretty impacted for the first week or two of school.
I tried to induce some rear wheel slip several times over, but there is just too much grip at the rear end for that to ever happen on anything but a dedicated skidpan.
This next generation prototype is already living up to its 'Swift' namesake with Suzuki's latest little model spied during skidpan Volkswagen to consider Suzuki alliance
A snatch of open road without other cars saw me playing around with the rather expensive beast I was in, putting the many skills I learned on that one hour skidpan driving course I went on all those years ago to good use.
If you want to take the concept one step further, though, an extra wheel at the back as well can actually make the entire bike narrower while delivering the sort of stability that can let you safely powerslide and drift all four wheels on an oily skidpan.
Take a look at the oiled skidpan test video below and tell me you wouldn't love to fang a 1000cc version of that puppy to and from work on a wet day.
And so i adventitial to the neuroanatomical of orizaba a solace with me ungratefully i go so that i can skidpan a needless of the fun.
The first thing we discovered was that the power's been fairly well harnessed; with all-wheel drive and ESP working in cahoots it's almost impossible to get the tail out, even on a slippery skidpan.