Or can I just leave my base color with the base color of the first polish?
It is a little known fact that the world record for the most recorded number of laps (or laps per lap) in a race car is held by the Porsche 911 RSR, having been set by the German manufacturer in an average of 2 hours and 40 minutes in the 2001 Suzuka 8 Hours race.
A number of drivers have attempted to set the record in recent years, however, including the current Porsche factory driver Jürgen Barth, now at the #13 Porsche factory team, who held the previous record in the 2003 Nürburgring 24 Hours race.
However, he still holds the most laps in a single race by a non-Ferrari machine (977) and for the second consecutive year, he also holds the record for fastest lap in a production car.
In the first 10 races of 2013, the #13 car also set a new factory record in its first full season of ownership.
“Our world is now becoming a new kind of world, where people and products are no longer owned or controlled by a few countries, but distributed and controlled by large corporations and global governments,” Google’s Eric Schmidt said. | AP Photo Schmidt says Google is no longer a search company
Eric Schmidt says Google is no longer a search company, in a new video released on YouTube Wednesday morning.
In the video, Schmidt, Google’s executive chairman, tells viewers that the company doesn’t have any plans to go back to the business it has always been: to create search.
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“Our world is now becoming a new kind of world, where people and products are no longer owned or controlled by a few countries, but distributed and controlled by large corporations and global governments,” Schmidt said. “Google’s position in the information economy is over … and I don’t think there are any immediate plans to re-examine our business.”
Since being purchased in 2004 by Alphabet for a billion dollars, Google has grown into a dominant player in social media and cloud computing, and has become a de facto search engine. It has been criticized for not having the right products for consumers, and for its search algorithms being manipulated by its ad network.
Google has also taken on issues like self-driving cars and Internet censorship. On Wednesday, however, it will be celebrating its 40th anniversary by offering a new way to find information.
Google has been under scrutiny for several