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Possible Answers: FUEL.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 10 Feb 2018, Saturday
Random information on the term “Drive”:
Driving is the controlled operation and movement of a motorized vehicle with wheels, such as a car, motorcycle, truck, or bus by either a human or computer controller.
The origin of the term driver, as recorded from the 15th century, refers to the occupation of driving working animals, especially pack horses or draft horses. The verb ‘ to drive ‘ in origin means “to force to move, to impel by physical force”. It is first recorded of electric railway drivers in 1889 and of a motor-car driver in 1896. Early alternatives were motorneer, motor-man, motor-driver or motorist. French favors “conducteur” (the English equivalent, “conductor”, being used —from the 1830s— not of the driver but of the person in charge of passengers and collecting fares), while German influenced areas adopted Fahrer (used of coach-drivers in the 18th century, but shortened about 1900 from the compound Kraftwagenfahrer), and the verbs führen, lenken, steuern —all with a meaning “steer, guide, navigate”— translating to conduire.
Random information on the term “FUEL”:
Sega Racing Studio (also known as Sega Driving Studio) was a computer and video game developer established in 2005 (based in Solihull, England) for the sole purpose of developing AAA Sega racing titles. The studio had radically expanded from a small group of people to a team of over 60 employees by the year 2007 drawing talent from other major British developers such as Rockstar Games, Rare, Codemasters and Criterion Games. Its mission statement was to create driving games for the Western market while paying homage to Sega’s legacy in the genre and developing new racing IPs.
The development studio was aiming to become large enough to be able “to be a multi-sku, multi-game studio” and develop multiple titles at the same time. The team was called autonomous from Sega while still being part of the organization.
The studio was headed by Guy Wilday, who was involved in the Colin McRae Rally games and was formerly the head of the studio behind the games and the series producer.