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jason
02-06-2015, 00:18
Well Done Ian , very thought full of you . I just found this on reddit http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?28625-Michigan-stroke-patient-needs-assistance


Quote Originally Posted by vbowers View Post

Two years ago I suffered a stroke. Before this time, I had enjoyed sprint kart racing and NHRA drag racing, driving in both series. I bowed out because of family and work conflicts, but planned to get back into racing at or near retirement. Well, the stroke has retired me and, unfortunately, the doctors will not allow me to go racing.

I *may* be able to get my racing fix through something like Project CARS. The "gotcha" is that some visual events, like driving at night with large snowflakes coming down at a moderate clip, has caused me to have some problems. Problems that aren't severe, but come on relatively quickly and can last for an hour or more.

I think I would be fine, but my doctors are on the fence about it. Before shelling out for Project CARS and a decent force feedback steering wheel/pedals system (+$200), I would really appreciate the opportunity to visit someone with the simulation and force feedback system, to give it a test drive and see if it will cause me problems or if I will be fine.

I would be happy to travel up to 2 hours one way to give this a try. I live in the Grand Rapids area. If I can provide additional information to help someone be comfortable with inviting me in, please ask and I will try to answer any questions you might have.

Thanks for listening!
I've passed this to Vit to give you a free Steam code.

jason
02-06-2015, 00:22
Well Done Ian , very thought full of you . I just found this on reddit http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?28625-Michigan-stroke-patient-needs-assistance


Quote Originally Posted by vbowers View Post

Two years ago I suffered a stroke. Before this time, I had enjoyed sprint kart racing and NHRA drag racing, driving in both series. I bowed out because of family and work conflicts, but planned to get back into racing at or near retirement. Well, the stroke has retired me and, unfortunately, the doctors will not allow me to go racing.

I *may* be able to get my racing fix through something like Project CARS. The "gotcha" is that some visual events, like driving at night with large snowflakes coming down at a moderate clip, has caused me to have some problems. Problems that aren't severe, but come on relatively quickly and can last for an hour or more.

I think I would be fine, but my doctors are on the fence about it. Before shelling out for Project CARS and a decent force feedback steering wheel/pedals system (+$200), I would really appreciate the opportunity to visit someone with the simulation and force feedback system, to give it a test drive and see if it will cause me problems or if I will be fine.

I would be happy to travel up to 2 hours one way to give this a try. I live in the Grand Rapids area. If I can provide additional information to help someone be comfortable with inviting me in, please ask and I will try to answer any questions you might have.

Thanks for listening!
I've passed this to Vit to give you a free Steam code.

jason
02-06-2015, 00:23
Sorry didn't mean to post twice.

Umer Ahmad
02-06-2015, 01:01
Merged

TheLethalDose
02-06-2015, 01:03
It is already pretty well documented on these forums mate.

Umer Ahmad
02-06-2015, 01:19
Original thread, discuss over there

http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?28625-OMG-Michigan-stroke-patient-needs-assistance

loslogo
02-06-2015, 08:17
Zzzzz

sVig
02-06-2015, 09:52
I have no idea who Ian Bell is.

Luke Townsend
02-06-2015, 10:29
I have no idea who Ian Bell is.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_Bell

That should clear things up! ;)

SketchyRacer
02-06-2015, 11:05
that's a very nice gesture!

Vittorio Rapa
02-06-2015, 11:09
I have no idea who Ian Bell is.

Here's: http://toposwopetalent.com/talent/835/ian-bell/

Luke Townsend
02-06-2015, 11:13
Here's: http://toposwopetalent.com/talent/835/ian-bell/

Wow, yet another side I never knew about Ian, thanks for posting! :)

The more we find out, the more intriguing Ian Bell gets... http://www.aioa.org.uk/advisers/members/ianB.htm

Roger Prynne
02-06-2015, 11:16
Wow, yet another side I never knew about Ian, thanks for posting! :)

The more we find out, the more intriguing Ian Bell gets... http://www.aioa.org.uk/advisers/members/ianB.htm
Shouldn't you put a smiley after that link... :rolleyes: otherwise people might think that Ian is into his organs.. ;)

Luke Townsend
02-06-2015, 11:18
Shouldn't you put a smiley after that link... :rolleyes:

Surely organ expertise is nothing to be laughed at! :D :D

Patrik Marek
02-06-2015, 18:17
so that's why there is 'opera' theme music in pcars

John Hargreaves
02-06-2015, 22:38
I have no idea who Ian Bell is.

He's the other one out of Erasure

SpeedLimitUnknown
03-06-2015, 00:58
Here's: http://toposwopetalent.com/talent/835/ian-bell/

For a second there I thought this was Ian's profile on a dating website lol

Martini Da Gasalini
03-06-2015, 05:24
I have no idea who Ian Bell is.


He would be our resident bald wookie, big boss style ;)