his decision was fine, just poor execution on the shows part as to why.
idk, seems like every track day I go to is dominated in attendance by Corvettes, Camaros & Mustangs. So I think there might be a demand for it. Though I don’t really understand this, thought the PP2 was the track focused 5.0.
first show in awhile where I just kept wishing the season finale episode would end already.
It wasn’t manual only tho
it’s iRacing, basically impossible with a controller. Week 2’s winner just had a thrustmaster wheel mounted on a desk, but basically every driver is running with a rig.
Don’t read too much into Johnson firing his spotter. It was a joke because he was using the in-game spotter at the time.
I’ve put a whole 11,000 miles on my 2016 Camaro over these last 4 years. They’ve been a hard 11,000 miles, but the subset of people who only go after low mileage cars don’t need to know that.
I’m not worried about it. When was the last base Corvette that made you go “oh wow that looks great”. C7 was definitely a radical change but it quickly got old. But to this day the Grand Sport, Z06 & ZR1 still look incredible to me. I have a feeling that will continue with those versions of the C8.
any guesses on how long the loading screens will be for XCOM 2? I’m going to say 12-15 minutes.
maybe if they got more than 2 current F1 drivers and didn’t allow drivers to run with assists on.
that and the factory hasn’t even started on the base 1LT builds.
yeah, the box office isn’t going to be great in the immediate future. Why not offer people to purchase the movie digitally on release, similar to the way these streaming services (Vudu, etc) do it? I’ve wanted that for a long time since my local theater isn’t exactly a fun experience.