A supercar – called exotic car – is a loosely defined description of certain high-performance street-legal sports car. Since the 2000s or 2010s, the term hypercar has come into use for the highest performing supercars. In the United States, muscle cars were referred to as "Supercars" during the 1960s; the Lamborghini Miura, produced from 1966–1973, is said to be the first supercar. By the 1970s and 1980s the term was in regular use, if not defined. One interpretation up until the 1990s was to use it for mid-engine two-seat cars with at least eight cylinders, a power output of at least 400 bhp and a top speed of at least 180 mph. Other interpretations state that "it must be fast, with sporting handling to match", "it should be sleek and eye-catching" and its price should be "one in a rarefied atmosphere of its own" or regard exclusivity as an important characteristic, it is claimed that the definition of a supercar has always been subjective and a matter of blind prejudice. During the 1960s, cars that are now considered to be muscle cars were referred to as supercars.

The term was spelled with a capital S. In 1966 the sixties supercar became an official industry trend. For example, the May 1965 issue of the American magazine Car Life includes multiple references to supercars and "the supercar club" and a 1968 issue of Car & Driver magazine refers to "the Supercar street racer gang" market segment. In the model name of the AMC S/C Rambler, the "S/C" is an abbreviation for "SuperCar". Since the decline of the muscle car in the 1970s, the word supercar came to mean a car in the mold of a Lamborghini or Ferrari. Other interpretations of the term are for limited-production models produced by small manufacturers for enthusiasts, standard-looking cars modified for increased performance. A more recent term for high-performance sportscars is "hypercar", sometimes used to describe the highest performing supercars; as per supercars, there is no set definition for. An attempt to define these is "a limited-production, top-of-the-line supercar with a price of around or more than US$1 million."Some people consider the 1993 McLaren F1 to be the first hypercar, while others believe the 2005 Bugatti Veyron was the first hypercar.

Many recent hypercars use a hybrid drivetrain, a trend started in 2013 by the McLaren P1, Porsche 918 Spyder, LaFerrari. List of sports car manufacturers List of fastest production cars Supercar Season

The Forbidden Education

The Forbidden Education is an independent documentary released in 2012. The film documents diverse alternative education practices and unconventional schools in Latin America and Spain and includes educational approaches such as popular education, progressive education, homeschooling, it became the first released movie in Spanish to be funded under a crowdfunding methodology. It was highlighted by its distributed screening proposal that enabled a synchronized release in 130 cities in 13 countries with a total number of 18,000 viewers in a single day. One week after its release, the movie was viewed 2 million times; the film was released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license. The documentary is divided into 10 thematic episodes, each presenting a different aspect of education in the school context and outside of it. Topics include the history of the school system and power in schools and segregation of students, social function of educational institutions, the role of teachers and families.

The film has 30 minutes of animation and a fictional dramatic story connecting the episodes. The movie participated in the following festivals and exhibitions: 27.º Festival Internacional de Cine de Mar del Plata. Argentina. 2012. Festival Audiovisual CC de Medellín. Colombia. 2012. DOCTACINE - Muestra de cine documental de Córdoba. Argentina. 2012. Festival de Cine Infantil y Juvenil de Bogotá. Colombia. 2013. Muestra de Cine Infantil de Florianópolis. Brasil. 2013. Festival de Cine Social de Concordia. Argentina. 2013. Festival de Cine Latinoamericano de Trieste. Italy. 2013. Festival de Cine Documental de Educación de Taipei CNEX. China. 2013. Festival de Cine Movida Conciencia Ya. Caracas, Venezuela. 2014. Ciranda de Filmes. São Paulo, Brasil. 2014. Viewster Online Film Fest. 2014. 8th International Children's Film Festival Bangladesh. 2015. OM Film Festival. Kansas, USA. 2015. Official website The Forbidden Education on IMDb Internet Archive


Kelsall is a medium-sized agricultural/commuter village and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. It is located around 8 miles east of Chester, 8 miles west of Northwich and 4 miles north west of Tarporley; the village is situated on Kelsall Hill, a part of the Mid-Cheshire Ridge, the broken line of sandstone hills that divide the west Cheshire Plain from its eastern counterpart. The ridge includes other hills including Peckforton, Beeston and Helsby. At the 2001 Census the population of Kelsall civil parish was 2,525, increasing to 2,609 at the 2011 census; the total population of the Kelsall local government ward, which included the village of Ashton Hayes, was recorded as 3,439. This ward had been amalgamated with Tarvin by the time of the 2011 Census; the village contains two churches, one primary school, a community centre, a doctors' surgery, a chemist, a local store, a butchers shop, four public houses—The Boot*, The Farmers Arms, The Morris Dancer and The Royal Oak —a hotel, a farm shop and a nursing and residential home.

Establishments marked. The village hosts the annual Chester Folk Festival every May; the £3.82m, two-mile A54 bypass opened in October 1986. Kelsall and District Rural Amenities Society was formed in the late 1960s in order to stimulate public interest in the care and development of Kelsall's history and character; the society aims to encourage the development of general public amenities and features of public interest in Kelsall. KADRAS achieves these goals by charitable means, through lecturers, study groups and publications, their magazine, entitled KADRAS is published every two months and encourages contributions from the community in the form of letters and poetry. The western part of the parish is underlain by the Wilmslow Sandstone Formation. East of the fault, the bedrock is Tarporley Siltstone with the underlying Helsby Sandstone occurring in some areas; the lower ground in the west is covered by glacial till whilst higher ground in the east is free of superficial deposits. A small area of glacio-fluvial sands and gravels is mapped in the centre of the parish.

A narrow strip of alluvium is associated with Salter's Brook. The Peckforton Fault runs into the parish from the SE turns north, it downthrows to the east. Two parallel unnamed faults, both downthrowing to the west, run NNE–SSW through Kelsall village, their southern ends terminating at the Peckforton Fault, they terminate against a short ENE–WSW aligned fault with a northerly downthrow at the northern end of the parish. The Clotton Fault which downthrows to the east runs NNW–SSE through the western part of the parish; the rocks within the faulted blocks have a gentle to moderate easterly dip. Listed buildings in Kelsall St Philip's Church, Kelsall Kelsall website