could this have been enough to throw off the course of the Devonshire
Daily Driver, street parked: 2014 Cadillac CTS-V Wagon
I’ve only ever driven a pair 997 C2S before, but, if it’s anything similar to that experience, your lust is not misplaced.
Good sir, we must be cautious in this territory. It is most dangerous.
ugh YES, I’ll take my Porsche slow and orange if necessary, a fix is a fix.
Bah, damn spell check. Fixed now.
It’s been updated -don’t do final copy editing after midnight!
Just 4 hours until I’m tailgating. Go Frogs.
Woke us up. Building was swaying in downtown Dallas.
Need a 997 GT3 RS in Mexico Blue to compliment that.
So instead of picking up hires from any large manufacturer that’s got some grounding in logistics, supply chain management, or production experience, they’re going for some more Silicon Valley fodder to bring them out of an era where their quality and parts availability are causing assembly line and QC nightmares? How…
All of this.
Heh, as soon as I saw this post I knew his car had to be the subject. I know the owner - he’s an extremely (almost to a fault) nice, and very unassuming guy. Car has been well taken care of by McLaren, and he’s owned it since new. The plate is a bit over the top, but he’s got a quirky sense of humor.
Former ‘88 RS owner, and I’ve had the rear glass busted in mine in a break-in while I was in class about 10 years back, so I know the feeling.
I should probably clarify a bit - I don’t mean to knock Chumpcar at all. I’ve done LeMons and I absolutely adored every second of it. I imagine Chumpcar is nothing less. WRL and AER take those two series and strip most of the paegentry and ratchet up the speed and experience required a good bit. There are a lot of…
Just ran WRL for the first time at TWS last fall. Exactly what I expected, and then some. For racers, by racers. Lemons and Chump car are great, but for folks who want to race and race competitively and enjoy something a step above deathtrap, WRL is right about perfect. I can’t begin to say enough about the series.…
I’ll vouch. Maybe if you’re running an indoor track in suburban Connecticut, sharing helmets works. But an outdoor track here in 105 ambient in a Texas summer? Hard pass. I’ll leave my Nomex, but I paid for a helmet so I don’t have to try to rationalize my way through why the padding is soggy.
El Nino is killing us here in Texas. All the trails are shut down since we’ve had so much rain the last couple of weeks. Summer was great - but it’ll be months before I see dirt again in anger.
Current C6 owner here - ‘07 Z51 6-speed. The Grand Sport is a great package - it’s got a lot of options I’d like to have. That said, the base C6 will offer way more than enough to keep you entertained. Ground clearance does suck, speed bumps will cause my front air dam to scrape and winter even here in Texas can…
Not yet. I had a pretty good idea where I wanted to take it. I’ll have to finish it up this fall sometime.