ZigZagZulu
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3/10/20
10:25 AM
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I’m actually looking for a TJ as my first ever “truck”. I know nothing about off-roading all of my experience is in the VW tuner world. But I love the look of the TJ, not too big not too small, just right. Huge aftermarket, many are manual, enough of them out there that I can probably find a half decent one for $8k. Read more

3/6/20
3:35 PM
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I alluded to this same thing and had a dozen Hyundai/Kia fanboys jump down my throat lol

3/6/20
3:26 PM
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I’ve been to a Hyundai dealership before. It wasn’t better than the 3 or 4 Lexus ones I’ve been too. Unless you’ve been to every Hyundai dealership in North America, I challenge you to put your anecdata up against mine. Read more

3/6/20
10:16 AM
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I’m not even a truck guy but for some reason the idea of a base two-door Bronco with a manual is really getting me excited.

3/5/20
3:41 PM
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I love it but imagine rolling into a Hyundai dealership to buy one of these beauties. I know Genesis does the whole home delivery thing, but I remember when my mom bought her RX350 10 years ago and the whole buying experience felt baller as shit. I got a free sandwich and all-you-can-eat cookies! A car this good Read more

3/5/20
3:30 PM
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I can’t remember what company did the study or if I’m thinking of multiple companies that studied this but I think the onslaught of fake tips came from customers complaining that their real tips would get dirty with soot. 

3/5/20
3:04 PM
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They’re big and boring but that’s what Americans want. Sometimes relatives come into town. Or maybe they need to take home a 50 inch TV. Or buy a bunch of deck paint. Or take something big as fuck home from an antique shop. SUVs are practical and Americans have always overspent on cars. We have wide ass roads. The SUVp Read more

3/5/20
8:25 AM
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Zandvoort will probably be a boring race under normal conditions. Obviously, anything can happen, but that’s my best guess. The current cars are just too good at being fast cars essentially, we’ll have to wait until the 2021 regulations hit to see if the smaller cars and less aero produce more overtaking outside of Read more

2/12/20
10:44 AM
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Am I crazy to think that if the coupe launched with the classic still chrome wire grill that it would have had a better reception? The grill on the roadster looks waaaaay better than the gaping koi fish abyss that’s on the coupe. Completely changes the whole essence of the car imo.

1/22/20
3:31 PM
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If I was filthy rich with more money than sense, I would totally buy one of those straight cash and run it into the ground just for the laughs.

1/21/20
9:17 AM
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Formula 1 is like a travelling circus. This is not a “normal” job. You have mechanics working on multi-million dollar cars and equipment, support staff tending to teams being pumped full of millions of sponsor cash etc. etc. It’s a grind, it has always been, ever since the beginning. Towards the end of the Bernie era, Read more

11/26/19
4:23 PM
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It’s got nearly 600hp and 600 ft/lb of torque, can fit an entire family (and the mistress), skis, and half a dozen pieces of designer luggage...all at once. Read more

11/26/19
4:12 PM
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Put 20 inch wheels on my Mustang and I’m never doing 20s again. Bent 3 of them to shit on DC area roads and the ride was shit. I’m on 18s now with my GLI and I never want to go higher ever again unless it’s a truck or suv (which I’d only drive at gunpoint). And tires are so much cheaper. Idc if someone calls me an old Read more

11/14/19
11:29 AM
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They’re actually much more reliable. They’re literally the most efficient PUs in the world. I’m too lazy to crunch the numbers for all the eras, but this article shows the difference between Ferrari retirements from ‘89-’95 with the V12 vs ‘14- now and the difference is quite substantial. I would assume the trend is Read more

11/14/19
11:11 AM
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Would be nice to seem the team sold to some billionaire that wants to build a 4 wheel rocket to the moon, regardless of cost. Renault being a works team that’s treading water in the shallow end is almost as bad as watching Williams running a GP2 car every race weekend. When you have one (1) Daniel Ricciardo on your Read more

10/31/19
2:22 PM
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The rules aren’t vague. The press conference today went into decent detail about how the cost-cap is to be achieved as well as how much an effect the new aero has, how much freedom teams have in development of car components, sustainability goals, weight increases and a whole bunch of other stuff. Maybe I’m just a big

10/17/19
7:44 AM
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Spectacle races are good for business, even if the racing sucks. Monaco and Singapore are two of the most glamorous and well attended races on the calendar. I think a spectacle race in Miami would be lots of fun. Say what you want about Miami, but it’s a city that knows how to party. Most of the excitement will be in Read more

10/16/19
7:01 AM
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Baku actually seems to produce eventful races with some decent overtaking. 

9/27/19
8:43 AM
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How many times do people need to hear that refueling means LESS overtaking?????? Thank you for posting that, we don’t need refueling. It’s a logistical nightmare and it is not necessary. If we bring back refueling then everybody is going to bitch that too many races are being decided in the pit lane and not on track. Read more