Credit to NASCAR.com NASCAR Awards 2016 - Tony Stewart Final Speech
Sisko asks Picard to forget about him asking to find someone else to replace him. Seems like a passing of the torch moment there at the end.
Mashup of scenes from Season One Episode One of Legion and Don't Sing by Data. Video: Legion from FX Audio: "Don't Sing" by Data I claim no rights to this song/video.
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Forty years ago this fall, Ford introduced an all-new second generation Mustang. At 19 inches shorter and 500 pounds lighter than the 1973 model it replaced, it was a radical departure. Mustang II was more of a return to the premise of the original 1965 model, light, nimble and affordable. While many performance fans derided the Mustang II, it arrived just in time for the first big oil price spike as well as new emissions control and safety regulations. It certainly wasn't a muscle car and didn't even have a V8 engine in the first year on sale. But it was the right Mustang for the time and nearly 400,000 customers agreed in 1974, the highest sales since 1966. Without the success of Mustang II, the line may well have gone extinct in the 1970s. Today, Mustang II is seeing a resurgence as enthusiasts see the lightweight, nimble platform as a good starting point for a fun performance machine with engine, suspension and brake upgrades. In this episode of Mustang Countdown, Ford Racing's John Clor extolls the virtues of his favorite Mustang. SUBSCRIBE: http://ford.to/SubscribeFordPerformance About the Ford Mustang: As one of the most widely recognized vehicles the world has ever seen, the Ford Mustang is much more than just a car, it’s an iconic American brand. Check out our Mustang content, including testing videos and feature overviews. Discover more Ford Mustang content: http://ford.to/2cORFcS Learn more about the Ford Mustang: http://ford.to/FordMustang Ford Mustang Facebook: http://ford.to/MustangFB Ford Mustang Twitter: http://ford.to/MustangTW Connect with Ford Performance: http://ford.to/FordPerformance Facebook: http://ford.to/FordPerformanceFB Twitter: http://ford.to/FordPerformanceTW Instagram: http://ford.to/FordPerformanceIG Ford Social: http://ford.to/FordMotorCompanySocial Google+: http://ford.to/FordPerformanceGPlus Ford Performance Vehicles: Ford GT, Shelby GT350R, Shelby GT350, F-150 Raptor, Focus RS, Focus ST, Fiesta ST Ford Performance Drivers: Ken Block, Trevor Bayne, Vaughn Gittin Jr., Andreas Bakkerud, Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, Clint Bowyer, Kurt Busch, Danica Patrick, Kevin Harvick, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Justin Pawlak, Olivier Pla, Stefan Mücke, Harry Tincknell, Andy Priaulx, Joey Hand, Dirk Müller, Ryan Briscoe and Richard Westbrook Ford Performance Teams: Team Penske, Stewart-Haas Racing, Roush Fenway Racing, Roush Yates Engines, Ford Chip Ganassi Racing and Hoonigan Racing Division About FORD Performance: The official channel for all things Ford Performance! Our videos are here for your entertainment, and you are welcome to use the share and embed links for all our videos, but the videos themselves are property of Ford Motor Company. You are not permitted to download any video and re-upload under any circumstances without written consent from Ford Motor Company. Mustang II: The Unsung Hero | Mustang | Ford Performance https://www.youtube.com/user/FordRacingTV