How does that make sense? If you’ve got nothing to lose, what are you fighting for?
Because they no longer fear. If you no longer fear, you are capable of some pretty crazy things.
A lack of fear does not make a good fighter. If anything it makes a reckless one.
How do you counter someone who has the same amount of training as you but doesn’t follow the “rules”.
Nothing to lose, everything to gain. People with things to lose are too cautious.
What rules? I guess it all depends on your intent.
Rules of Engagement
So the Taliban who lack fear and rules are the best fighters?
1964 Belgian Grand Prix - Jim Clark Wins as Gurney and Hill run out of fuel.
from my Dad’s Super 8 Films
Two cars: Lotus Eleven LeMans, Lotus 18F1. No lotus is heavy enough for a tow car, so I’d pick an Aston Martin V12. Bonus vehicle is a Caterham Seven for a daily driver.
So, here are the rules: You get to pick 2 cars and a tow vehicle, and one extra vehicle of your choice. For example:
I would have an ALPINA tuned BMW 2002ti for my track car and a silver Audi RS6 Avant for my daily. My tow rig would be a black early 90s Ford…