I promise Patrick doesn’t normally talk like a Motor Trend cover circa 1998.
I worry that people will take this post sincerely.
damn I think you won
CORRECTION 3/13/2018: As Jeff Easterling points out on Twitter, the 1998 911 GT1 was NOT the GT1 Evo, the 1997 911 GT1 was the Evo. The ‘98 was simply the 911 GT1-98.
That thing is gorgeous, but $12,000 is damn steep for it. For reference, I bought a 2002 Lexus IS300 Sportcross for $10,250.
I get acid reflux. Nothing a little pantoprazole and God’s medicine can’t fix.
SKODA CITIGO! Also, I’m sure the Up! GTI is an absolute peach.
I cringe when I admit this, but secretly I love cafe racers. That and bobbers.
You have our permission. As long as you’re not like an ER surgeon or anything. Or a power plant person. Or a firefighter.
Skoda Citigo, by far.
I’d love for it to happen, but Subaru seems to be a bit of a sphinx when it comes to their performance offerings these days. So... hopefully?
I call Raph “Raph” now, but Jason I’m still so much in awe of and intimidated by I just called him “Mr. Torchinsky.”
If Doug wants to come back, he’s more than welcome. He’s got a good thing going on Autotrader/Youtube, though. Check out his stuff!
Aw man, the curry for sure.
Saving the big takes for retrek.kinja.com. But these takes are FIRE.
Stadium Super Trucks, by far. Buncha teenagers throwing monstrous trucks off of sweet, sweet jumps? Nothing to complain about there. It’s goofy, as racing should be.
This is something I can rant about for a few hours, but I’ll try to keep it short here. The problem with both electric cars and hydrogen cars was there was no infrastructure for either one (people who boost electric cars will say there was, because every house has an electrical hookup but not a hydrogen hookup, but…