This is good, engaging content Andrew.
I’ve heard of chemtrails controlling our minds, but now they’re trying to give us the clap too.
The time lapse night shot from Turn 1 was awesome!
I almost screamed when I saw my man Bill’s VEE on Jalopnik! I’ve been wanting to give him a call for years and now have a good investigative reason to call him and harass him for his celebrity status! Good on you Bigger Hammer!
Hell damn yeah
Came here for this. Leaving satisfied.
Ahhh, some historic shots as well. Probably the very last time we’ll see the “Torpedo” in a F1 car.
Here’s a picture of a man taking photographs for this article...
It’s a live sporting event. There is no such thing as spoilers for a live sporting event. If you choose not to watch it live then it’s up to you to avoid people discussing it. The world does not revolve around you and your schedule.
So when Hulkenberg gets crashed into, we’ll get to see that there is more than one way to skin an aerocat?
Get a pickup truck. Problem solved.
Chickens, be warned: if you cross the road in front of me, I will eat you. I’d eat the bears too, but they won’t fit in my trunk.
It’s obvious Stef has trained the chicken to buy her Timbits.
With the recent massive changes for the World Endurance Championship, there will only be one stop in America for us to enjoy next year, and that will be at Sebring. Austin’s Circuit of The Americas has hosted WEC each of the past five years, and I am probably not the only person who is sad to see if go.
Over the weekend, I posted a quick gallery of some of the competitors from Pirelli World Challenge’s stop at Circuit of The Americas. With temps over 90 degrees much of the time, fans, drivers, and the media braved the elements to enjoy some damn good racing action.
Send a few big stickers to the McLaren F1 team - it’s not like they have any sponsorships that they might obscure, and they need any help they can get. The orange matches well, too.
You should do shots and words more often....
Co-branding fine goods like watches, jackets, and luggage is a worn out tactic of many car companies, eager to make a buck off the fan who wants more than a company’s four-wheeled products in their garage. Often the product you buy is some white-labeled offering from another company. The quality may be present, but…
“You can drown a toddler in my panties”