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William K.
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Diffeent and also very cool!
William K.   1/20/2014 11:14:53 AM
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I had not seen the crazy kart before, but it certainly appears to combine a number of characteristics and some very interesting applications of kinetics.

And definitely no hint of a focus group. Those groups are made up of folks with nothing better to do, after all.

And a very interesting departure from having the handling characteristics that make what would typically be called a "good" race car.

Certainly a lot of creativity is shown here, especially in making the package hold together for a satisfactory product lifetime. That is the second challenge of product development.



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