And there’s more!
That sound off the banking.... OMHNNNGGGGG. (Still trying to find Vettel and Raikkonen clip.)
Life, family, friends...and a nice Thanksgiving drive this morning. Everyone else flaked, so just me and the macchina Italiana.
For 2 years I’ve noticed and wondered why one side of my rear diffusers was hanging lower than the other. Tonight I finally discovered that the mounting L-brackets on the bumper were fastened upside down. Small job, but I can finally say that I’ve wrenched on my Ferrari. 2 hours with no lift and cramped…
For those that think Ferrari stopped making the most striking cars in the industry, I submit to you that it’s all in the spec and the context. You can’t hang an original Van Gogh in your dorm room and still see it as a masterpiece. I submit that automotive design has surpassed the poster and demands a canvas.
So many wants.
As written about on Petrolicious:
The Ferrari 458 is already 7 years old.
At a new garage in town. Toddler naptime/Coffee run/Taking shelter from some scattered showers here in California
7.5 weeks since I left this thing at the car hospital, I’ve counted. California decided to rain on my parade, but a parade was had in the rain. The wipers work and there was enough rain to put out any fires.
Sounds kinda tame.
Maseratis and Ferraris, as far as the eye can see (slight exaggeration). Seeing as all of these have license plates on them, I’m guessing this is Ferrari of Seattle’s service parking lot, not their used inventory. Bring your Italian pride and joy in for service, have it parked in the rain for a couple days while it…
What a weekend! I will say, the weather sure did beat last years by 100000 percent. Now, if we only could have had last years racing with this years conditions!
There’s a joke saying that “You can never escape the exotic car repair shop for less than $1000.”