therustystarship
Rusty Starship
therustystarship
Jan 26
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In honesty, I don’t believe he’s among the top tier in IndyCar, but he’s certainly good enough for a few podiums this year, maybe a couple wins. Read more

Dec 1
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As opposed to Paul Tracy who... well not sure if there’s a AAA grade level for douche but I’m sure he could win it. Read more

Aug 18
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I don’t think anyone doubts Valtteri’s competence as a racing driver. But... man, your teammate is Lewis *fucking* Hamilton. Like, you don’t get a legit shot at a championship until he’s gone. That’s just the reality. Read more

Aug 3
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Yeah, when I read it was going to be called the Maverick, something totally different came to mind. Something that... strokes my inner mullet.

Jul 20
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I feel like the designers who make the cars in GTA and these knock-off Chinese cars are the same people.

Jul 20
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All things considered, pretty good. I went for a bike ride this morning. On my bike ride, I saw a guy driving a ‘68 Mercury Comet. I gave him a thumbs up, but he didn’t notice. Once I was home, I fried two eggs over hard and paired them with a side of buttered wheat toast. I poured a mug of black coffee. Now, I’m Read more

Jul 13
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I was going to say, at least I’ll have a reason for pounding PBRs this time.

Jul 9
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12 minutes. That’s all it took for you to solve this. Damn, I love Jalopnik.

Jul 7
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While this news may be about Alonso, the big winner here might actually be Ocon. Getting the chance to learn from a two-time world champion would be invaluable to a rookie. (I know it’s not his first year in an F1 car, but still, it’s been a few years) Read more

Jul 6
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There’s not a lot of vehicles playing in this space. We’ve got the equity and the credibility,” Mark Grueber, Bronco’s consumer-marketing manager, told reporters in a briefing last week. Read more

Jun 26
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Sounds a heck of a lot better than Riker’s eggs, in the very least. Unless you’re Klingon.

Jun 3
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Totally agree. Some may consider a $1,500 fix on a car worth $1,000 to be a waste of money. But if that’s one of the only expenses you have on the car in a year, and that fix will last for years, then it’s still far cheaper than buying a new car. Even a cheap one.