A surprising turnout for our organised group drive saw more than 20 cars with decent variety from an 80s Corolla GT-S to a 360 Challenge Stradale. Way too many 991 Porsches, but that’s really a testament to how good they are.
My first ride in an Alfa 4C. This one had an intake, exhaust and tune so it was pushing savage HP/tq (the owner said 80+ WHP gain, mostly from the tune).
There is a first for everything, and this time it came in the form of driving a car with the engine in the back. The “affordable” super car... The Alfa Romeo 4C. Okay, I am lying, the first car I drove that had a rear engine was a 2007 911 Carerra S, but unfortunately that was before my YouTube car review days so I…
We are well into auto show season now, as I’m sure you’ve seen, what with all the Chirons and Regeras. But we are not in Geneva. That’s for a few different reasons. Reason one: my passport is expired. Reason two: the Swiss are too polite to be trusted. Reason C: RFD does not have the budget to send me to Switzerland.…
Every once in a while a car comes along that’s built for one group of people, the car enthusiast. A car where cargo space doesn’t matter, and comfort gives way to rock hard suspension meant for apexing turns on your favorite track. A car where toys are considered power windows a couple of speakers. One of the newest…
Car reviews are fine, but oftentimes, very limited. What can you really learn from an afternoon with a car or during a very controlled track experience?
My dad has owned a 2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder for the past eight years. He absolutely loves the thing: mid-engined, manual, reliable as hell. However he is looking for a big upgrade. Price range is $50K-100K, and he wants something that shares some of the great qualities of the MR2. He wants something sporty and with a…
Blurry picture is blurry. But I had to snap it.
Yesterday I posted in a discussion about the possible upcoming Alfa Romeo sedan, and was both rudely and politely told I had no idea what I was talking about. Today I eat my hat, and share some with you.
So that it can be nicknamed the "Sexy". Because it can.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is on a hot streak making some of the most lust worthy cars a commoner can afford. Two of which could not be any more different while costing about the same.
Stacked field with incredible cars from the FiST to the Turbo 911. But who will come out on top?
A little teaser for the Cars and Coffee photos. I can confirm the car is much faster and louder than I thought.
Yea the Cayman & Corvette are better cars, doesn't matter. 4C = sex.
Is it just a giant chair?
We all need to do our part to make this work week seem even shorter.
See you all on the other side, heading to a friends beach house for the weekend. I'll have a drink for you.
Have a herd of 4C's! Or is it a flock?
I'm working really hard here, trying to remember a time when we had such an awesome choice in cool new sports cars.