Between 20, Shawne Merriman was the stuff of NFL quarterback nightmares. Iwuji's badass credentials stack up well against Merriman's: in addition to his racing, he played college football (for Navy), and remains an active-duty member of the armed forces – the first to compete in NASCAR.The San Diego Chargers linebacker was a three time All-Pro and Pro Bowl selection during his eight-year career, and his résumé fell just half a sack short of an NFL record for the most sacks in the first three years of a player's career. He and Merriman first met at a Lights Out fashion show in Los Angeles.Abarth 1003 was delivered through Nordrheim in Dusseldorf, Germany, in May 1960.The original owner is listed on the Kardex as being Gerhard Koch.Thus, Porsche could use the 356B chassis and running gear, with a four-cam Carrera engine, and could and did use a specially designed lightweight aluminum body instead of the production steel body.The Carrera Abarths are one of the rarest Porsche models, with a production run of cars from serial number 1001 to 1021.Although injury ultimately contributed to his football career being cut short, he has stayed busy ever since walking off the field for the last time as a Buffalo Bill in 2012. "I got introduced to Jesse through a mutual friend of ours, [You Tube and Vine personality] Jay Mendoza," Merriman recalls.
An inquiry by Iwuji on whether he could take the used tires home afterward turned into a conversation about whether he'd ever considered racing a stock car.The group has posted a series of almost hieroglyphic Facebook messages that, upon inspection, seem to be song lyrics including "I can't recall the last time I was caught between the walls," "Those razors in the pillowcases seem to cue 'em all, but..." and "Old foes, dead things, take a toll.Remember it's just a game." The posts also hashtag the album and Stone Sour's official web site, which has even more teasers about new music.Contrast this with the 2015 Porsche 919, a hybrid racer with a 2.0 litre turbocharged V4 engine, with an energy recovery system which adds 1.7k W per lap of Le Mans to its lithium-ion battery system.It also features an exhaust-energy recovery system operating through a turbine in the exhaust system.