how am I supposed to argue with this. damn. flawless proof.
I’m pretty sure I raced crosscountry there in high school!
This was a big surprise when I first drove a vintage 911. Too much speed in and you get huuuuuuge understeer. There’s no weight over those front wheels. I got the same thing with my Baja Bug.
this is true — some people do prefer understeer as a handling characteristic, even all the way up to some F1 drivers
what is with the seatbelt thing
you know how they say some big cars ‘shrink around you’ and don’t feel so huge when you’re actually in the driver’s seat?
the camera and lens were both from the decade. a super multi-coated takumar 50mm f1.4 on a Chinon CE-3 Memotron. I love that name so much. Memotron.
thanks man, if I’m ever spending a bunch more time in NC, I know where to go!
oh man, this should be a slogan or soemthing
that explains it
it’s sooooo good
yaya velvia 100, not too heavily edited
yep, velvia slide film
it was a double exposure. one of the fun things shooting on film
It is not that the Chaser isn’t big, it’s that all other cars have also grown huge-er. New ‘Stangs feel like Torinos.
light in this day and age indeed. The Volvo 240 wagon I learned to drive stick on weighed about the same.