We're Jalops, we sit on our computer, drool over videos of Group B rally cars, on a whim Google 1984 Audi Sport Quattro for sale USA, get discouraged because we'd have to mortgage our lives to afford one, and walk outside to play Stig Blomqvist in our daily driver.
You know them, I know them, and we all love them. Everyone's favorite rally team Brakim Racing could use your support by voting for them in the Champion sponsorship contest!
The full video can be seen here with the crash starting around the 5:01 mark. I think I counted 12 3/4 rolls... No information on the occupants' condition, but you can only hope for the best.
This little gem just popped up on one of my related videos. It seems as if the YouTube community doesn't have much of an appreciation for Raphael's antics.
"Learn how to drive pussy anyone with a brain could have gotten of that. Back and forward mother fucker!" -McDougal51
There's a series of 3 of these videos.... Just Wow.
Am I the only one that thinks "rolling coal" is obnoxious? I'm by no means a nature freak (my spirited driving style nets me about 8 mpg on the finest 93 this side of the Mason Dixon Line), and no I don't have a "Coexist" bumper sticker on my Subaru.
We've all seen it, and frankly the first 3 cars make pretty good sense -except I have no idea how the Mustang didn't end up on that list- but we all wondered how the Mercury Topaz or Suzuki Reno even made it, having been discontinued for years. Insurance.com claimed to have used a sample size over over 500,000…
Visiting Golden, Colorado to look at a college this week. These are actually the second group of vehicles in disguise I've spotted in the past two days - the first being 3 Mercedes Benz SUVs.