The Wings On This Nissan Gt-r Hillclimb Car Will Blow Your Mind

The wings on this Nissan GT-R hillclimb car will blow your mind

Hillclimb cars are traditionally stupendously winged beasts, but this one takes the cake for the wildest wings we've seen in awhile. Franco Scribante Racing put this Nissan GT-R hillclimb car together, and the team plans to bring it to South Africa's Simola Hillclimb next month.

As we sit mouth agape at the photos of this car, the most defining feature is definitely the front wing. It's relatively normal to see some rather outlandish splitter setups, but this thing has one of those plus a massive wing stacked right on top of it. This big ol' wing wouldn't look out of place on the back of a GT-R, but it sure is weird seeing it in front. There's always a delicate balance in racing between downforce and drag, and these guys must be right on the edge of some kind of an advantage.

Ariyasu Momoka Is Dating A Doctor With Marriage In Mind

Ariyasu Momoka is dating a doctor with marriage in mind

On February 6, former Momoiro Clover Z member Ariyasu Momoka updated her Twitter account revealing that she is dating a doctor with marriage in mind. 

Ariyasu also revealed that she was interviewed by a tabloid magazine the other day regarding this matter. "I actually wanted to inform everybody at a better timing for myself, but I didn't want incorrect information spreading to everybody, so I decided to let you know before the start of my lives in March," she said. 

Daihatsu Move Canbus Has A Specific Demographic In Mind

Daihatsu Move Canbus Has A Specific Demographic In MindSome cars may be more popular with one gender group or the other. You're bound to see more women in, say, Volkswagen Beetles than Dodge Challengers, for example. But by and large, automakers have gotten away from designing cars specifically for (and marketing them directly to) women any more than they would for men. That is, in the North American market, anyway.

The Top Secret: Murder In Mind

The Top Secret: Murder in MindSet in the late 21st century, an MRI scanner is introduced at the National Research Institute of Police Science's 9th Forensics Laboratory. The machine is able to scan the memories from even the deceased. As ethical questions arise over the machine's use, the 9th Forensics Laboratory members, including rookie Ikko Aoki and Chief Tsuyoshi Maki, struggle to solve cases.

Triathlete Sato Toughens Her Mind For Rio

Triathlete Sato toughens her mind for RioFor triathlete Yuka Sato, the result of the race was not as important as the component parts.
After finishing 18th at the ITU World Triathlon Yokohama, the fourth event of the global series held in May, Sato spoke with particular satisfaction about the running portion of her performance.

Ces 2015 : With 4k In Mind, Sony Refreshes Its Action Cam And Handycam Lines

CES 2015 : With 4K in mind, Sony refreshes its Action Cam and Handycam linesCES 2015 wouldn't be the same without Sony announcing new cameras. As such, the electronic giant is today revealing updated Action Cam shooters and Handycam camcorders. The main change is the addition of 4K to both lines, though there are still some models that will be limited to 1080p. Not surprisingly, those are going to come with a lower price tag than their higher-res siblings.

Nintendo Exec Wouldn’t Mind See Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare On The Wii U

Nintendo Exec Wouldn’t Mind See Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare On The Wii UCall of Duty: Advanced Warfare is available for next-gen consoles such as the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Unfortunately it is not available on the Nintendo Wii U, and it seems that Nintendo wouldn’t mind if they got their hands on the game. Speaking to the folks at Re/code, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime stated that he would love to see more blockbuster titles arrive for the Wii U.