BoulderZ
BoulderZ
BoulderZ
Apr 25 2016
1

One driver intentionally hit another driver to get him out of the way, right. What else matters.

Apr 25 2016
2

It’s called taking a defensive line and defending your position. You’ll find it in places such as say...F1, MotoGP, IndyCars, and pretty much every race series I can think of. Read more

Apr 25 2016
1

How is that kinda stuff still allowed? Any other series that will get you a meeting with the nice people in Race Direction. Read more

Apr 25 2016
1

This is just one of the many reasons I can’t stand NASCAR. What other sport allows and even encourages cheating? That line in Days of Thunder saying that “he rubbed you. And rubbin, son, is racin,” is complete bullshit. “Rubbin” is just what you do when you’re not good enough to pass cleanly.

Apr 24 2016
70

I’m completely at a loss here. Is this some crazy version of motor racing, or am I being Punk’d? Why the hell would it be allowed to bump someone to get them out of your way and slow them down? WTF is this? Read more

Mar 24 2015
3

Step 1 get really good at sanding. you need to get all the bad paint off if you want a good job. you cant spray good over bad, you just get more bad. so either take the car to get it soda blasted or spend the next 3 months doing nothing but sanding your car to get the crappy off and the base smooth and perfect. Read more

Nov 24 2014
17

that car was just at the wrong place wrong time. No "terrible parking" at all here.

Nov 24 2014
2

this post was 100% click bait and you know it.

Nov 24 2014
25

Screw it. Let's just make honest headlines, "Watch this video because you know you'd rather not be working."

Nov 24 2014
15

Watch Michael Ballaban write a click bait title.

Nov 11 2014
30

I never reply to these but this one especially hits home. I drive a silver R8 which I assumed would be somewhat inconspicuous due to it being silver, but inconspicuous it is not. I also have a truck and my wife has an S4, so I'm not forced to daily drive but have decided against it for all the reasons you mentioned. Read more