Manuél Ferrari
manuelferrari
Oct 22 2017
9

You bite your tongue! They were originally vertical and look awesome.

Dec 30 2016
23

This is very exciting to ponder. I still get excited when I see an R8 on the road. I know they’re not tremendously rare or hypercar-expensive, but they look phenomenal and make Porsche 911s look dull. Read more

Dec 30 2016
7

This is what I’m waiting for. v10 6 speed for under 80k. They are close but not quite yet.

Dec 30 2016
18

If we are saying the best value for bottom feeding, then I have to say the Audi R8. The current MSRP is $160K and the going rate for a 3 year old model is sub $100K. This 1st gen Ebay example sold for $58K. A 2 door sports car with a gas guzzling engine is neither practical or efficient. In bad times, people will Read more

Dec 5 2016
6

Rosen Motors tried to do a turbine-electric hybrid. They had problems largely around how to store the energy. They decided to go with a flywheel, which is a good compromise, but capacitor technology (and batteries) are better, now. It might work, at some point. The problems of heat and pollution still need to be Read more

Dec 5 2016
2

First off, those cutouts on the bonnet are pretty neat. I like the shapes they used. Something I’ve never seen before. Read more

Dec 5 2016
9

It is physically impossible in many cars probably due to said emergency design as the door can be electronically locked but it can’t hold the lock closed. Just like you can have a trunk closed but you in modern cars can always open it if your trapped inside. Read more

Dec 5 2016
34

Unless you carry a center-punch, breaking car window is harder than it seems. Especially from inside the car where you have less wiggle room. Read more

Dec 3 2016
19

Well so far Putin has whipped his ass from Crimea to Syria and the Chinese are doing whatever they want in the south china sea. Maybe chess isn’t Barack’s game.

Dec 2 2016
210

Though, is it really public art? If anyone can walk into the FBI’s field office and view the piece, then I would say it is. But if security rules prohibit unapproved people from entering then that makes it publicly owned art in a private collection.

Nov 1 2016
1

Honestly, I’m going with Trump this time around.

Nov 1 2016
9

Any high-performance engine should really be warmed up for at least a few minutes if you want to make sure it lasts a while. Tolerances are tighter, compression is higher, everything is more sensitive. Now, in an appliance car, absolutely. But in something that can reasonably trace the distant roots of its engine Read more

Nov 1 2016
38

In some weird way, I find this kind of cool. There is something sexy about a peaky engine that doesn’t like being cold or puttering around at low speed. Modern engines do everything so well that they require less of you as a driver.

Oct 21 2016
1

Niiice, that’s currently my main concern. My licence is clean though, so I probably should be good. Read more