My 2005 WRX had no of note for ~9 years. I replaced the starter, but I think a valet ground it down a bit. That’s it.
Old guys in exotic cars being slow at track days. Water is wet.
Oh something positive has happened for McHonda? QUICK BETTER FIND A WAY TO CRITICIZE THEM ANYWAY.
... winning every track day for the foreseeable future.
They’re traveling for free on a employee pass... There’s different standards when you get it free from the an employee (which then you do represent the company even if you don’t know it) rather than when you paid for your seat.
I am unable to agree with Raph’s rant about the lack of beautiful Formula One cars from the other day. Complicated, intricately curved and folded aerodynamic bits are entirely my jam. Then Force India whipped out its new VJM10 with a penis-nosed front end that is truly the ghost of ugly F1 cars past. Oh, no. Bless…
If this thing lost the annoying LED lights on the front, got a proper GT3
spec spoiler, lost the atrocious “stance,” had beefier tires/smaller
(non-chrome) wheels... it might have actually been something interesting.
Things have come a remarkably long way in the last 5-6 years
I’d check your state law. At least in Texas your allowed to run red lights if your on a motorcycle and there’s no other traffic, for that exact reason.
$19,487 total, which includes the value of the car from Sept 2015 plus the cash payout.
Condom of cars?
Yeah there have been kit bikes available for decades
Presenting without comment, the city car version of when a Jeep parks on a snowbank:
I daily my 04 as well and tend to agree with you. It’s only scary in that its limits are so far beyond what you should be doing on the street that you’re pretty much guaranteed to hurt yourself if you do end up doing something wrong. This is not the car you hammer the throttle around a corner on to impress your…
A local small filmmaker came out to the most recent Drag Racing event at Texas World Speedway. It’s an 1/8th Mile Arm-drop drags event that occurs once a month down the pit lane. His trailer is probably the best burnout video I’ve ever seen. Enjoy in Beautiful HD.
Director Luke Huxham sent us his new short film, Heart vs. Head, and it’s maybe the most beautiful thing we’ve ever seen. The tribute video was made for Motorhead Magazine’s “Japan Tuned” issue and features an HKS R32 and R35, driven by NOB Taniguchi.
We did Trans-Am cars last season, now it’s time for something a bit more modern. Introducing the Fourza Grand-Am Series!
So now that the USA beat Germany, and it cleaning up FIFA, can we make the rest of the world call it soccer now?