- Random patches of ice and snow that have blown onto the road mean you have to take things a bit slow, but it certainly ups the challenge factor when you have to deal with three different stages of traction in a corner
- Road markings in Pennsylvania are not as thorough as they were in Missouri (where I learned the art of…
The new image caption tool is neat but it seems like I can’t add links to the captions.
I saw it more than a year ago and rewatched it yesterday. Really enjoyed it. Directed by Tamir Moscovici, great soundtrack, cool cars, and that unique japanese allure. Highly recommended if you haven’t seen it yet!
Tires seems fine on the snow, didn’t have any problem climbing up the 15km to get to the tiniest ski resort I know :)
Talladega Nights is back on Netflix. If that wasn’t good enough news Days of Thunder is back too.
Just got back from the premier. I thought I would chuckle here and there. I laughed a lot. Because it is genuinely funny, and the action is great, I do believe it is the best Marvel movie I’ve seen to date.
No, 911>all isn’t a right answer. I really want you to line up each car shown above, in order that you think they’ll cross the line in the following tracks:
1990 Range Rover Country with 67,000 miles priced at $3,490.
If you’re curious why all these 2017 MY Kia’s have such odd front ends, I’ll point out that there are two style paths taking place which are best seen in the GT Concept and the Novo Concept.
UPDATE: Stoffel Vandoorne has been confirmed to race with Team Dandelion with Tomoki Nojiri as his teammate.
As good late night read (link below), the history behind GM’s proposal to build a V10 motor is quite interesting. It faced competition with Ford and Dodge’s V10 behemoths. It could have been quite an alternative to the 8.1 V8 and duramax diesels, but it never made it to mass production.
Watch “Occupied” asap. It’s very, very good TV.