I’m still a Porsche guy, but they were fun to shoot.
A few of my favorite racing shots I’ve taken are of those beasts. They’ll be missed.
I used to love everything Z, but I hate how lazy Nissan has become over the past decade.
I hear there’s a Jalopnik contributor at COTA this weekend too.
Having recently driven the world record-breaking Agera RS, I’ll quickly say I appreciate loads of power at my disposal.
That “big boy truck” pic of Trump will never stop being useful for comedic purposes. Well done, Torch.
Rules 1 and 2, for that matter.
The next six years are mapped out. There’s nothing in there about an SUV.
Those two are also owned by much larger groups of investors, of the publicly traded variety. McLaren doesn’t have that sort of pressure from its little handful of investors. It also has revenue streams from its technology company. Makes a massive difference.
It’s never happening. They’ve made that clear in plenty of statements. It goes against their brand identity, and they repeat that they don’t need an SUV’s sales volume to achieve their production targets to build cars that meet brand guidelines.
That induced oversteer, to close the window, in the Senna S comes to mind.
I remember this happening. I was taking this picture.
One of the few times you’ll ever see me in front of a camera.
You’re joking right? I cover about a dozen races per year, and the staffers on the site make sure just about every major race series gets attention each weekend.
Nice Easter egg!
Yeah. I was shooting with a 300mm. It was pretty obvious as soon as I looked down the barrel.
I made sure to throw Marco under the bus with the team for that.
I had to head to south of Houston for a funeral, but I’ll be on the ground with the camera gear Saturday and Sunday, supplying the shots for our coverage.