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kquach6
May 1 2018
2

My wife would say no. I’d have to follow her around for a few days with this expression.

May 1 2018
6

“Honey/Mom, a stranger on the internet wants me to ride with him at high speeds through dense springtime foliage in rural central Maryland! What do you think?” Read more

Aug 14 2015
1

Cool, it seems like you enjoy it enough to keep going back! Having an instructor while you’re still relatively “new” is a great way to jumpstart your development and, ideally, avoid picking up any bad habits that will have to be fixed later. It’s perfectly OK to drive conservatively, and having an instructor in the Read more

Aug 14 2015
1

That looks fun! Is that the safety orange Bell sport series helmet for boat racing without chin vents? I always thought that helmet was really cool but haven’t ever seen one! Do you also race boats? Boat racing seems awesome but we don’t really have it in Pennsylvania lol. Read more

Aug 6 2015
10

Purchased. Thanks Jalopnik!

Aug 2 2015
13

ETA: shouldn’t you toss that?

Aug 2 2015
1

I would try to find an unmolested last-gen Supra over either of those cars. Did they make a LHD version of the GT-R? I drove a RHD E-Type here in US America once and realized I could not do RHD on a DD. If no LHD GT-R, then I’d be forced into the Porsche, which has some of the worst handling characteristics I’ve ever Read more

Aug 2 2015
3

Since I’m getting an SC myself and well... not a GTR, I would go for the SC :) Read more

Aug 2 2015
2

911. Won’t have to deal with the attention and I love 911s.

Aug 2 2015
1

911, it’s apocalypse proof-er than the Skyline.

Aug 2 2015
1

It’s a tough one, but personally the Skyline appeals to me more. The 911 doesn’t really strike me as a distinctive 911. If it’s a Turbo/Turbo l00k-alike, then yes.

Aug 2 2015
2

911 SC, that GT-R has too many Rice Krispies.

Aug 2 2015
4

911SC no doubt. I wouldn’t even look twice at the Skyline.

Jul 6 2015
6

I was more concerned about the other end of the spectrum.

Jul 6 2015
7

Couldn’t agree more - the SCCA has needed something to fill the rather large gap (in both time and money budgets) between autocross and club racing. Both of those programs are great on their own, but there wasn’t a way to do a “track day" without looking elsewhere.