I’m not always a fan of Jalopnik, but when you roast local idiots, I need to give kudos where it applies.
Everyone learns differently. It’s the instructor’s job to figure out what type of learner you are and adapt to your speed. There’s a variety of different techniques I use to assist someone in getting up to speed and I can’t say I’ve ever ran into “that guy”, because from my point of view, I don’t look at someone in…
“everyone expected at least one of those people to show up.”
This post makes me believe you’re a “track inspired” fan who enjoys the attention from people who believe you’re driving a race car.
Knock sensor lives matter.
Bad angle? The X brace for the door bars isn’t even an X....
Always remember kids - if you lose your brakes, it’s better to hit the wall head on instead of at an angle. It also allows the car to slow down a wee bit more.
Back in the day I had an old lady rear end my Genesis, so the insurance company gave me a Nissan Versa as a rental until they could decide whether the car was a total loss or not.
There are a wide range of bushings you can choose from
You probably suck driving a car too.
...They make Chargers in AWD.
Let the dude market and grow his business. If he’s offering a better deal than X, Y, or Z, then you’re buying whatever you’re buying for a cheaper price, regardless of why it’s on sale.
I’d suggest looking at Suburban’s as well. Truck’s always receive terrific discounts, it’s the big SUV’s that tend to get minimal discounts.
I really wonder what they’re going to use to power it. Maybe an H6T?
I’d rather just eradicate stupidity and then expect people to have common sense, but then that’s also illegal so here I sit wondering why people don’t have common sense, ruining “fun” for people who do.
PS - That’s Charbel Haddad.
BOOM. HEADSHOT. HOLY SHIT. *HIGH FIVE*
My first expereince with “Too much power” is going over a little water leaving a car meet and almost pulling a Mustang with my RWD car.