Transcript: Kid's Need To Learn Social Skills Free Sports Kid's don't have enough money Their are some organizations to help with this but not enough Families have to pay for food rent and clothing and don't have money to join sport's Children don't have enough money Children need to experience playing in sport leagues with other kids Children would benifit more from excercise It helps reduce stress and burn calories Exercise and a healthy diet makes a long life People tend to repeat fun sports or sports they enjoy Sport's Leagues Should Be Free Finally Exercise In conclusion, I think making sports leagues free would benefit people. Children can't afford it Playing in teams helps kids learn about teamwork You will need these skills in life so it's good to learn them now Kids will make new friends
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Transcript: Seating introduction A sports car (sportscar) is a small, usually two seater, two door automobile designed for spirited performance and nimble handling Some sports cars have small back seats that are really only suitable for luggage or small children Over the years, some manufacturers of sports cars have sought to increase the practicality of their vehicles by increasing the seating room The definition of a sports car is not precise, but from the earliest first automobiles "people have found ways to make them go faster, round corners better, and look more beautiful" than the ordinary models inspiring an "emotional relationship" with a car that is fun to drive and use for the sake of driving Layout Early history Sports car Content The drive train and engine layout significantly influences the handling characteristics of an automobile, and is crucially important in the design of a sports car Photo of sports car youtube video
Transcript: Pitch Deck COMPANY LOGO DD/MM/YYYY Investor Introduction Introduction A sports car, or sportscar, is a small, usually two-seater automobile designed for spirited performance and nimble handling. The term "sports car" was used in The Times, London in 1919. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, USA's first known use of the term was in 1928. Sports cars started to become popular during the 1920s. The Problem People have problem The (Bad) solution Our solution Sad People Happy People Definition A car may be a sporting automobile without being a sports car. Performance modifications of regular, production cars, such as sport compacts, sports sedans, muscle cars, pony cars and hot hatches, generally are not considered sports cars, yet share traits common to sports cars. Certain models can "appeal to both muscle car and sports car enthusiasts, two camps that rarely acknowledged each other's existences." Some models are called "sports cars" for marketing purposes to take advantage of greater marketplace acceptance and for promotional purposes. High-performance cars of various configurations are grouped as Sports and Grand tourer cars or, occasionally, just as performance cars. Definition 3 $26 54 Market Size 3 $26 54 Market Size Competitive Analysis Economical Quality Co. A Competitor A name Strengths Weaknesses Co. B Competitor B name Strengths Weaknesses Co. D Competitor D name Strengths Weaknesses Co. C Competitor C name Strengths Weaknesses Strengths Weaknesses COMPANY LOGO Drivetrain and engine layout Drivetrain and engine layout The drivetrain and engine layout significantly influences the handling characteristics of an automobile, and is crucially important in the design of a sports car. The front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout (FR) is common to sports cars of any era and has survived longer in sports cars than in mainstream automobiles. Examples include the Caterham 7, Mazda MX-5, and the Chevrolet Corvette. More specifically, many such sports cars have a front mid-engine, rear-wheel drive layout (FMR), with the centre of mass of the engine between the front axle and the firewall. Lamborghini Aventador The Lamborghini Aventador is a mid-engine sports car produced by the Italian automotive manufacturer Lamborghini. In keeping with Lamborghini tradition, the Aventador is named after a fighting bull. Aventador (pronounced [aβentaˈðoɾ]) earned the Trofeo de la Peña La Madroñera for its courage in the arena in Zaragoza, Spain, in 1993.[ The BMW i8 is a plug-in hybrid sports car developed by BMW. The i8 is part of BMW's electric fleet "Project i" being marketed as a new sub-brand, BMW i. The 2015 model year BMW i8 has a 7.1 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that delivers an all-electric range of 37 km (23 mi) under the New European Driving Cycle. Under the United States Environmental Protection Agency cycle, the range in EV mode is 24 km (15 mi) with a small amount of gasoline consumption. Its design is heavily influenced by the BMW M1 Homage concept car, which in turn pays homage to BMW's last production mid-engined sports car prior to the i8: the BMW M1. BMW i8 Advantages and Disadvantages Advantages and Disadvantages If you own a nice supercar, for example, a Ferrari 458. The acceleration on mostly all supercars is very fast. But one of the disadvantages of having a supercar is that you can’t just park them anywhere because they might get scratched. And the maintenance for a Ferrari is more than $5,000 so you have to be careful where you park it. Another good thing is the eye-catching design of most of the supercars. The disadvantage of that is that people tend to box you in on a highway because they are looking at your car even though they don’t realize it. So you have to keep moving around and accelerating. Also, the handling of a supercar is unreal! I know that because since all the boys in my family including my dad like cars, I have driven a supercar. My dad used to own a Ferrari Scuderia and he would allow me to sit on his lap when I used to be smaller and handle the steering-wheel while he controls the acceleration and brakes. Talking about brakes, the braking on mostly all supercars is superb! I also know that because I have a Bentley Continental GT and I drove it once handling both the steering wheel and the acceleration and brakes. Another disadvantages is the trunk. If you do a lot of shopping or if you need to put anything in the trunk it might be a problem. That’s because the trunks aren’t as big in many supercars so you may not have that much space. The seats are a problem too because all supercars have 4 seats. Many supercars also have only 2 seats. As I said before, if you have a flashy sports car you may be noticed more to the public and usually need to drive faster than the speed limit. And due to that, you might get speeding tickets. However, the advantages of owning a supercar often outweigh the disadvantages. If you own a
Transcript: photo of sports car Seating INTRODUCTION A sports car (sportscar) is a small, usually two seater, two door automobile designed for spirited performance and nimble handling.[ Some sports cars have small back seats that are really only suitable for luggage or small children Early history Sports Car Over the years, some manufacturers of sports cars have sought to increase the practicality of their vehicles by increasing the seating room. CONTENT The drive train and engine layout significantly influences the handling characteristics of an automobile, and is crucially important in the design of a sports car. Layout The definition of a sports car is not precise, but from the earliest first automobiles "people have found ways to make them go faster, round corners better, and look more beautiful" than the ordinary models inspiring an "emotional relationship" with a car that is fun to drive and use for the sake of driving.[ YOUTUBE VIDEO
Transcript: So many choices! What are all of these rates? MSRP Invoice/Dealer Cost Gas Options to consider: Create a budget Does the rate really make a difference? Step 2 – Now that you know your budget, it’s time to consider what car fits into it! First time Auto Buyer Principal – The price of the car you are purchasing. Interest – The percentage of the loan that you pay for being provided a loan. Term – The amount of time you have to pay back your loan. I’m buying my first car! Where do I start? Current gas prices- $4.02 per gallon Average gas mileage is 25 mpg. A trip to Seattle and back will cost you $48.25 just in gas! Often one year old cars are 20%-30% cheaper Higher insurance fees, higher DMV fees Some may still be under the factory warranty- More reliable than they’ve ever been Certified used cars History of a car can be easily traced sometimes, but not always. Negotiate First, see what you can afford Be sure to consider all expenses Pick the right car for you Preapprove and prequalify before you buy Explore your financing options Buy the car at the right price How does the term affect my payments? Invoice- Includes dealer cost, and will often include the same information as the MSRP. Budget Example Prequalify and Preapprove I’m preapproved! Step 3 – How are you going to pay for it? Pay Cash Finance Buying a New Car Prime- The lowest rate that money can be borrowed commercially Fixed- An amount that will not change, no matter if prime goes up or down Variable-The interest amount can change, depending on what prime is Step 4 – know what your car is worth Buying a Used Car Average price for car insurance for teenagers is $1200.00 per year Financed Vehicles must have full coverage Possible discounts What makes up my payment? Financing or paying cash? Include all of your expenses Be realistic Consider additional costs Car maintenance averages $65 a month Some months you may pay nothing, and others you may pay hundreds What is the car’s value? “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail” -Benjamin Franklin Are you able to make the monthly payments? Have you been employed for 6 months or more? Do you have credit history? How many other loans do you have? Payment history, available credit, credit history, mix of credit Level of debt- 35% Cosigner? Down payment? Key points to remember: Step 1 – See what you can afford Have never purchased a car before Often have little to no credit Are often considered a “risky” lender What kind of car should I get? I found a great car for me, now what? MSRP-Manufacturers suggested retail price; the suggested price of the car. Remember, it is a SUGGESTED retailers price, you should not expect to pay it GAP Insurance -When your car is totaled, and the value of your car is less than the insurance covers Extended Warranty For example, if you find a car for $15,000 and finance it with an interest rate of 6% fixed.... Insurance Why does the term matter so much? Maintenance Watch out for rebates and incentives Look on KBB for fair market value Negotiate for the lowest price Read everything before you buy Inspect your car before you drive it off the lot How does the term affect my total cost? I know what I can afford, now what? How many passengers? How often and how far will you be driving? What fits into my budget? Used or New? www.kbb.com Can help you find the value of your car Have your own mechanic check it out
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Transcript: SPORTS CAR FIRST TOPIC INTRODUCTION Sports cars may be spartan or luxurious, but high maneuverability and light weight are requisite. Sports cars are usually aerodynamically shaped (since the 1950s), and have a low center of gravity compared to standard models. Steering and suspension are typically designed for precise control at high speeds. Traditionally sports cars were open roadsters, but closed coupés also started to become popular during the 1930s, and the distinction between a sports car and a grand tourer is not absolute DEFINITION Attributing the definition of 'sports car' to any particular model can be controversial or the subject of debate among enthusiasts. Authors and experts have often contributed their own ideas to capture a definition. A car may be a sporting automobile without being a sports car. Performance modifications of regular, production cars, such as sport compacts, sports sedans, muscle cars, pony cars and hot hatches, generally are not considered sports cars, yet share traits common to sports cars. Certain models can "appeal to both muscle car and sports car enthusiasts, two camps that rarely acknowledged each other's existences." Some models are called "sports cars" for marketing purposes to take advantage of greater marketplace acceptance and for promotional purposes. High-performance cars of various configurations are grouped as Sports and Grand tourer cars or, occasionally, just as performance cars. DEFINITION SEATING LAYOUT SEATING LAYOUT Traditional sports cars were typically two-seat roadsters. Although the first sports cars were derived from fast tourers, and early sporting regulations often demanded four seats (even three-seaters were often produced by coach builders, two seats became common from about the mid-1920s. Modern sports cars may also have small back seats that are often really only suitable for luggage or small children; such a configuration is referred to as a 2+2 (two full seats + two "occasional" seats). Over the years, some manufacturers of sports cars have sought to increase the practicality of their vehicles by increasing the seating room. One method is to place the driver's seat in the center of the car, which allows two full-sized passenger seats on each side and slightly behind the driver. The arrangement was originally considered for the Lamborghini Miura, but abandoned as impractical because of the difficulty for the driver to enter/exit the vehicle. McLaren used the design in their F1. Another British manufacturer, TVR, took a different approach in their Cerbera model. The interior was designed in such a way that the dashboard on the passenger side swept toward the front of the car, which allowed the passenger to sit farther forward than the driver. This gave the rear seat passenger extra room and made the arrangement suitable for three adult passengers and one child seated behind the driver. Some Matra sports cars even had three seats squeezed next to each other. Title EVOLUTION OF SPORTS CAR EVOLUTION OF SPORTS CAR The definition of a sports car is not precise, but from the earliest first automobiles "people have found ways to make them go faster, round corners better, and look more beautiful" than the ordinary models inspiring an "emotional relationship" with a car that is fun to drive and use for the sake of driving. The basis for the sports car is traced to the early 20th century touring cars and roadsters. These raced in early rallies, such as the Herkomer Cup, Prinz-Heinrich-Fahrt (Prince Henry Tour), and Monte Carlo SECOND TOPIC THIRD TOPIC FOURTH TOPIC
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