So, after the rotten turnout on a very cold December 2016 I skipped the January 2017 one. That officially marked the first time I had ever done that. There is a little backstory to that which you can find on my YouTube channel (“The tweet about bowing out”). Long story short: I was getting frustrated and burned out...

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So February rolls around. The previous weekend was awesome weather wise. The perfect car show temperatures! But naturally the actual weekend of the show was again cold. When I got in my car I saw the rain drops on the windshield. Just a few, but they were there. Against my better judgement I set off. The resentment towards my hobby was still very much alive even after getting stuff off my chest, and half way in the short drive I nearly turned around. “Screw this,” I thought. But I went on. The parking around the show was decently filled, but I still got a closer spot than usual. And that is a bad sign. The closer I can park the less cars I can expect in the Classic BMW lot.

How wrong was I when I saw my first glimpses. It was packed. Everything was there, from classic, to current to supercars. I guess everyone was sick and tired of not going and they just went. I was glad I did. It lit the pilot light that was snuffed out.


And I am pretty bad about keeping secrets... A 2015 GTR review happened the Sunday after cars and coffee... I am going to need weeks to edit that video but man... I totally get it now, I thought I did, but now I 100% do... One word... Ok... two... Launch control... And that pilot light? We’re burning some massive fossil fuel once again! (Still doesn’t change the fact I can’t churn out videos like I used to anymore, 1, 2 or maybe 3 a month and I am tapped out for time).