There was a very colorfully duct-taped BMW that could be seen on last lap following the lead car. Commentary even even pointed out that it looked like an ‘Art Car’
Thanks for introducing the world to DGJ all those years ago, Mike. We’d have been far worse off without him.
“this Fiat is his. There are many like it, but this one is his.”
Kubrick would have approved.
Sure you can:
a new 4.0-liter flat-six
I blame Ford vs Ferrari for this.
That being said, I am not in a relationship with Colin, Nicole, or David.
Good lordt, what a shot.
Imagine passing this thing doing 300+ km/h
I wholeheartedly agree. Toyota axed production of the Supra almost a decade before that, but still raced a JGTC chassis in an enduro w/ hybrid tech on top of it all.
Needs a feature for sure. Wonder where it is today?
Also, SARD has done some crazy stuff in the past, like the MC8R, a stretched V8 MR2.
I asked my mom and dad what their coolest ever car was. My mom had several V8 camaros, oldmobile 442 A body, other cool stuff. (She’s currently got a turbo mini and a turbo fiat). My dad said “Ford EXP”.
(he currently drives a E85 BMW Z4 3.0)
Though I’m not a dad both of my vehicles are pretty dad like, with the van being my dad’s previously. Both are practical, comfortable, and efficient. I unabashedly love them both. Though you wouldn’t know either, both can rip a mean burnout. Hail to practical, "boring" vehicles.
The first-gen model doesn’t have carbon ceramic brakes, or V10 power, or the quick shifts of a dual clutch, or the grip of massive wide tires. None of that matters, it’s still the most fun to drive as it requires input from the driver to make it work properly. There’s a real treat to getting a corner right or rowing…
Missed opportunity! :-)
Formula 1 is not remotely the same. This is endurance racing with different classes. Faster class cars are responsible for passing safely. Slower cars are supposed to stick to the racing line to be predictable. Faster class Corvette cut into the slower class cars racing line
Exactly. The last time Toyota had a cool, sporty lineup was 1993 - the MKIV Supra, Celica AllTrac, and MR2 Turbo.
Sticking with endurance racing....
Long live the Order of the TourX Owners!
My problem with crossovers is efficiency. By making them higher up, you lose out on gas mileage, handling, and space. Bare minimum. I never liked sedans and probably never will.