...but this is still fun.
Ann oulter getting shut down on Twitter after the buffer image. Bullitt Mustang because relevance.
Not sure how optimistic this label is for a turbo-Saab from the (I think) GM overlords era.
Ran some errands in the Prelude since my daily driver is in the shop. Also, the Midwest Eibach meet is tomorrow, so I scrubbed the seven-layer cake of grime off the Enkei wheels—and I think the car looks a thousand times better. It’s always been a wannabe racecar; it’ll never be a show car (I’m just going to be social…
T-Pain can drive.
Up until this point, I’ve enjoyed rallycross racing for its traits that are the antithesis of endurance racing: less focus on “save the car for a long-distance event,” no need to follow a certain pace for fuel consumption/pit stop strategy, and less boredom over 100+ laps. Instead, the focus is to drive at 100% to set…
Please ignore my finger in the shot—new phone, not used to where the lens was.
I decided to go spectate at the No Star Bash drift event this afternoon, and snapped some pictures of cars in the paddock. The weather was perfect, aside from being oppressively hot. One of these days, I’ll upload the couple of video clips I took from the stands of the drifting, too, but it’s nothing to write home…
I’m enjoying one of the recent Mighty Car Mods episodes, and I’m struck by one of the most “That’s what she said” conversations in months:
This is unreasonably good—10/10, would buy.
So, let the memes begin: Federico Sceriffo’s Ferrari 599 just went off course in the opening Formula Drift event in Long Beach and caught on fire during its first competition tandem battle.
You can’t look away, can you?
Fellow Oppos, I went to the Columbus Auto Show a couple of weekends ago, and I had a good time wandering around and snapping entirely too many photos with my cell phone. I’ve finally gotten around to posting these, now that I’m no longer afflicted with whatever was going around my workplace—I was not, the words of …
The “Final Bout 3" video is up on Youtube, and I say it’s worth a watch. As far as I’m concerned, this is way up there in terms of production value and fun factor among all the other car-related content that’s put forth.
By the way, the Millennium Falcon is the ultimate sleeper. Fight me.