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I still can't drag my knee...

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For the life of me, I don't just can't seem to get my right knee on the ground.

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I don't think the car is moving.
If it were, the front tire couldn't be turned at that angle, unless it were sliding.

Second, the car is banked INTO the turn..... cars bank out...

and I think you can see the reflection of the cameraman in the photo. If the car were moving, the cameraman would have to be farther away with a zoom lens.
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I don't think the car is moving.
If it were, the front tire couldn't be turned at that angle, unless it were sliding.

Second, the car is banked INTO the turn..... cars bank out...

and I think you can see the reflection of the cameraman in the photo. If the car were moving, the cameraman would have to be farther away with a zoom lens.
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