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9/8/15
11:57 AM
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“Rather than just buying upgrades to your car, you now buy these card packs and you can randomly use whichever ones you like.” Read more

9/5/15
9:37 PM
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This one is from a while back. I just like the contrast of the cobra and the Carerra.

2/5/15
10:22 AM
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This video is awesome, and contains a pretty vivid POV encounter with wake turbulence. If you're impatient, skip to around 4:00 for the lead up to the turbulence.

1/18/15
10:55 AM
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That really depends, man. If you have a motorcycle license ad an international diving permit, you're actually good for anything (for a year). In Japan, they have a graduated licensing system for motorcycles. Anything =<50cc is included int he car license, 50-150cc (I think) is level one, then 150-400-600, and >600. Read more

1/13/15
7:04 AM
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Not yet (my Japanese isn't quite up to snuff yet and I've only been here about 6 months) but its hard to miss all of the tuned cars rolling around. Lots of guys in VIP cars, quite a few drift cars, and plenty of just generally tuned skylines, silvias and cedrics. Read more

1/11/15
10:12 PM
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Hey man, this is awesome. I'm currently in Shikoku, and the car scene here is alive and well - if not as vibrant as Okinawa's. Read more

12/29/14
8:57 PM
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Horsepower per liter. Anything north of 100 per liter NA is considered pretty special. Turbo cars are harder to rate though - in any case, 100hp/l is the current gold standard, even if it's a lot easier for turbo cars than NA cars.

12/13/14
6:11 AM
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So auto journalism = video games journalism? Manufacturers pay media to come "review" their products, while simultaneously employing both the carrot of swanky accommodations and the stick of possible blackouts on future releases.

8/19/14
9:48 PM
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Oof, that video of the Bellof crash is tough to watch. The shot at the end where they're putting the 956 on the flatbed and the front wheels are where the passenger's seat would be...

6/27/14
11:49 AM
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Caught the first 20 episodes or so, and it's fantastic. By using an outsider child as the main character it becomes a pretty solid depiction of the extremes of race drier psychology. It's really about what it's like to lose through no fault of your own, even in the face of your own extreme effort, and to come through Read more

6/12/14
3:43 PM
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Totally legit, but only on the state police cars. Other departments have the more normal looking low-profile light bars.