I’ve been singing the praises of Grosjean for years. He showed serious speed early in his career, something Tsunoda is really struggling to do (though going up against Gasly in that team is no mean feat). Read more
I vote they write legislation that the car automatically shuts off after 2 or 3 minute of idling, maximum and outright ban remote start.
People idle all the time in middle America. Every day during the winter I walk past empty cars that have been remote started and will just sit idling for 20 minutes or more because their owner can’t simply put a coat on (or on hot summer days, dress season appropriate) and deal with the fact that the weather exists.
All this says to me is you want urban spaces you’re visiting to resemble the suburban conditions you’ve chosen to live in.
Looking forward to being revved at (annoyed) by one while I’m minding my own business.
It isn’t 2006, something with ‘AWD’ needn’t get terrible fuel economy.
22 MPG for this is appalling.
I love the cork and wish cars would get simpler. This is neat.
I think that’s more a result of the cars coming from the local dealerships than the manufacturers?
I would argue its the third option of chuds defending wall street.
Dawg, what. Grow up.
Calling an Atlas Cross Sport beautiful, in any regard, is one of the weirdest things I’ve ever read on the internet.
I don’t think you know what bootlicking means.
GMG Union avatar to quietly show my support for the writers of this site, its sister sites, and Deadspin prior to be killed off. Showing support for workers in a fight for better pay, benefits, etc., against private equity ghouls is not bootlicking. Read more
Man, astonished by the desire to lick boots in the comments of this blog!
I sincerely hope you’re right. If letter writer is not interested in cars to the extent that buying something old and dumb to fit in with family is a very bad idea. If they like cars and just haven’t needed/wanted one lately and don’t trust their skills, with their budget and skills I’d still potentially say it isn’t… Read more