Hell yeah. K-POP on its own is something I couldn’t care less about (although it’s hard to ignore the toxicity of the industry that creates and manages k-pop stars, but that’s a discussion for another day), but if they think this partnership makes sense for them then why not?
I always wonder how many girls got into…
If the target audience here is teen and pre-teen girls then that’s actually cool, right? What dad doesn’t want his daughter to dig motorsports, even if the motors are electric? If liking BTS is what gets them there, then so be it. Everyone wins.
Do a crossover TV series where the BTS guys are Formula E racers. Fill… Read more
“Black Noon” is a fascinating read - you’ll enjoy it. Might need to pick up “Speed Duel" now. One of the Arfons family was a customer of mine. They built jet track dryers...
What a lineup.
Its interesting to see how each generation of drivers interacts with each other off track. As much as some fans are looking for a villain, most of the guys get along; I could see future little Norris or Albon playing a video game while their dads kick back with George and have a beer (all caught on… Read more
I need more El Camino and hovercraft:
It really was a great movie. My wife knows the bare bones of the Shelby story and even less about Ken Miles. She was smiling, laughing, and damned near crying throughout the movie. To build a motorsports movie that a non die-hard motorsports fan can enjoy to that degree is pretty impressive.
The important thing is that this is a big car movie that isn’t another fast and furious movie. Was there any big studio car movies between this and Rush? And what was before that? (I’m not including last year’s Drive because nobody knew that existed). It might honestly be Talledega Nights if you can even count that.
House savings, pfft. I’m reminded of a quote from the ancient Jalop scrolls, “you can’t race your house, but you can sleep under this slot car table.”