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Today the basic principle remains the same - albeit far faster, higher and twistier than ever.
Sticking to valleys rather than the plateau tops meant a twistier path toward Mount Sharp, in part because it limited how far ahead the rover could see.
Then advances in automated genetic analysis led to a rush of discoveries of opsin molecules that told a twistier urchin story.
It might not hit the breathless delirium of pure farce, but it's full of gallows humor, twistier than the summer of 62 and much cleverer than your average comic caper.
Nestled on the Gold Coast between Brisbane and Sydney, the route combines fast, flowing roads with tighter, twistier sections that require total concentration.
German cars are set up with steering that's stable in straight lines while British cars are adapted for twistier roads.