Hahaha well, as much as it can be hard to read the comments sometimes, those people have made me a much better writer. A bunch of people ready to jump on you for whatever you write helps encourage you to do your best work. At least there will always be letters to the editor!
Well, it’s certainly got the cooling. The drivetrain is up for it, but this one doesn’t have upgraded brakes and comes with runflat all-season tires. So you’d probably have to swap consumables, but otherwise modern BMWs are pretty much all stout enough to take abuse.
I would because I’m mechanically inept and the new one has a warranty.
I’ll miss you guys, too!
Hahaha Stef also thought I was a pseudonym for the worst possible takes. I am, tragically, real. I would definitely recommend an R&T sub, it’s the only magazine I still subscribed to even before I got the job. But there’s also great stuff on the website, with Jalopnik’s Aaron Brown now running that side of things and… Read more
<3 thank you!
i’ll still be doing dumb car things that you can read for free (mostly), so i won’t be far!
Hey man, fair to criticize my F1 coverage. Two things at play here. First is that the sooner we publish, the higher we show up in search results. So I pub first and then copy edit. All of those errors were fixed less than 10 minutes after publication, before I saw this comment. Only thing still there is “sealed… Read more
Unrelated to this story, but this is my last post on Jalopnik for the time being and I wanted to say goodbye to everyone. I’ve absolutely loved my time here and I’ll miss my coworkers and the commenting community a lot. I’m sure you’ll eventually see me here again at some point, but stay tuned to Road & Track where… Read more
Yes, yes, yes and I find the brake pedal super easy to modulate.