#InOHvation - my entire career in multiple verticals has been based on disruption of the status quo, then turning that into product or service that can move a market based on innovation...I've been fortunate to do that with like minded teams who thrive on change, after all, however unsettling it can be, the only constant in this world is change! The image captures in this post are good metaphor for those pieces of #disruption, #innovation and #change happening at pace...
In 1986, Porsche brought an A-team of drivers, engineers, and support teams to the #ParisDakar Rallye w/3 #Porsche #959 #racecars which took 1st (Metge), 2nd (Ickx), and a bewilderingly brilliant 6th place that went to the bloody support vehicle pedaled by engineer Kussmaul and Unger...with #GroupB category recently disbanded in the @WRCofficial series, @Porsche needed to prove that the space alien of the famed road going 959 could beat the toughest offroad race and competitors w/an all wheel drive system that was not yet availed for road cars (but would see production 3 fast years later for the first 964 models in the C4 which was produced a year ahead of the 1990 C2 rear wheel drive car)...in short, it was a game changer for Porsche [not to mention the twin sequential turbo charging making it into other models shortly thereafter]!
On other side of this image coin is this capture of the @Series900 959 Dakar tribute build by Damon and @gytis66 which is done so on a 1994 #C4 platform that eats earth handily! That said, these images came from the one year old @SamsungMobile #S8+ which I set to a #video framerate of 60fps in #1080p resolution allowing stills to be pulled from it fairly cleanly before taking them into post...in short, the smartphone was a game changer for action shots...that is to say till less than a year later the #S9+ hit US market days ago with a vile @Qualcomm 845 processor which both allows the same framerate but in #4K resolution making this image seem like its shot thru a blurry Coke bottle bottom in compare, as well as you can shoot for a short burst at #720p with a ridiculous framerate of 960fps at F1.5!
DISruption, inOHvation and change indeed!