Recently I tried to sell my old Volvo 245 Turbo. I've decided to not do that, and instead drive it around 2300 miles from Ypsilanti, Michigan to Simi Valley California. Why, you ask? Because it's better than renting a car and because I'm moving back to California after 3 years in
this unbelievable shithole Michigan.
Why isn't he hosting TGUSA again?
There's been plenty of buzz lately about the latest
wankfests technological masterpieces being released by McLaren, Porsche, and Ferrari. But for 99% of us, these cars are completely irrelevant. So why do we give a shit?
I'm moving ( more on that later) and I need to get rid of my '84 245 turbo (manual).
Most drag strip employees share a few basic similarities. We love cars. We change our shoes more often than our oil. We're not too picky about how we smell. And we absolutely despise grudge racing.
A group A 242 for your time.
One paperback copy of "The Unfair advantage" by Mark Donohue. Like new condition. http://www.amazon.com/The-Unfair-Adv…
It rained Friday night, so on Saturday morning - 9AM sharp - we fired up the torches and got to scraping.
Welcome to "Tales from the Drags", a (hopefully) weekly series that will document my life as a drag strip employee and all of the havoc that that entails. Names have been changed to protect the guilty. All images found using google image search and are not photos of the actual events depicted in the text, only similar…
I was watching the Formula D live stream and I saw this giant turd of an ad
The samurai practitioners of Bushido used the tenets of Zen Buddhism to guide themselves morally and spiritually in a life surrounded by the threat of sudden death.
I shot this back in March, during what we thought would be the last snow of this winter. the objective was to make a video for one of my California buddies who has never driven in snow before to demonstrate how easy it is to drift literally everywhere at hilariously slow speeds.
It's no secret that today is the Ford Mustang's 50th birthday. Anybody with an ounce of gasoline in their blood could tell you that. Even if you didn't know or care before today, the glut of media coverage assures that everyone in America knows that the original pony car made it's first appearance half a century ago.…
More pics after the jump.
Dear God, please accept me.