haha, tail-gating is such a problem here. Usually it’s better to just pull over, but I don’t see a lot of people doing that (other that trucks, trailers and campervans). If there isn’t much of a shoulder, just pull over at the nearest side road or scenic lookout. Those are all over the place and they have great views.
Yeah, that’s a big one, but most people adapt pretty well after driving a bit. All our rental cars have a sticker on the dash to remind people to keep to the left.
It’ll probably be either raining/snowing, and if it isn’t you’ll need to be very very careful of black ice.
It’s a good time to leave Nick Denton...I’ve got enough loans already
Damn, that’s sad. Which suburb was it stolen from?
There’s too much emphasis on aggressive angles and random vents/fins that ruin the two or three lines that run the length of the car. The new California T is a big improvement (compared to original!).
ha, the rear does look like an oversize Toyota S-FR
ja. I’m doing engineering too
I’ll keep an eye out...
oh and then there was the rest of the article...someone totally vandalised it, but it’s reverted now.
Thanks for the info about the thread size, I’ve been wondering whether to get some filters or not.
I wish! I found them on Carbon Revolution’s website (while looking to see how the GT350R’s wheels are made)
I agree with the xpan.
oooh, haven’t seen the new wagons yet. I saw an HP sedan recently and was surprised to see that the push bars actually have indicators and lights on them
aaaye? Is that the new highway patrol?
Daymn, I wish I can go. Did you see the 919?
I’m jizzing all over and wish that I had the money for a Fuji X system
Tom Scott always happen to find quirky cars in his videos
I guessed a competitor from the other different side of the world. Don’t know what to think now...