Bradley Brownell
bcbrownell
Jalopnik contributor with a love for everything sketchy and eclectic.
1/25/20
12:08 PM
7

Do journalists really hate big trucks, or so they hate asswipes buying big trucks as commuters and rationalizing those purchases by throwing two bags of mulch in the bed once a year? They may not explicitly say that much anymore, but I’m inclined to thing that’s what they hate. That, and since there’s so many of said Read more

1/25/20
12:11 AM
5

BoosterJet sounds like a 60s muscle car engine.  

1/24/20
10:49 PM
14

Just a small point, but the fuel is not in the frunk...  it uses saddle tanks either side and in front of the engine.  More stable CG with fuel changes.

1/24/20
10:45 PM
4

No, because I was never pining for a mid-rear Corvette and because the one they released doesn’t stir any emotion in me whatsoever because it’s still using the same disgusting Transformers-inspired excuse for styling Chevrolet has been trying, and largely failing, to push for the last decade across their broader Read more

1/24/20
10:31 PM
45

Wait, so the new environmental regs are killing small cars for not meeting emissions standards (or potentially forcing more expensive modifications that will raise prices) but give a pass for the big gas guzzling SUVs and trucks? Read more

1/24/20
8:09 PM
55

Trucks are more comfortable than coupes when you have a small penis. 

1/24/20
7:50 AM
3

Joest is gone after Sebring and barely any of their people left now. It was more involvement from Multimatic that brought the wins last season so they’re taking over now.

1/23/20
10:47 PM
1

Brad, I think you owe me a new keyboard with that headline. Keep ‘em coming.

1/23/20
8:30 PM
6

Kinda similar to the Ford GTs a few years ago, however there was an even larger period of time between racing and production, I thnk over a year? Read more

1/23/20
6:46 PM
4

Obviously global health takes precedence over some silly motorsport races Read more

1/23/20
8:32 AM
1

It’s stunning. For far less power the newer cars can go leaps and bounds beyond what even the 205 T16 can do. Imagine that Pug (fuck, imagine the Lancia 037) but with current-gen tyres, suspension and construction.