Why Top Gear WHY!!!
All in all you could say that it was a roaring success!
That AMG GT R is actually quite close to the R8 Plus. Just 0.3 under, and that’s with a deficit of two driven wheels and 22 hp. Same with the 991 RS (0.4 under).
Finally got around to editing the video of the IPSCO solid steering rack
bushings. Another quality part that I would recommend.
If you’re not, and you probably are not, then you’re missing out on good motoring programming.
Did some basic maintenance on my Viper ACR. Oil change and lowered the front end a bit more!
In which a small chap drives a very quick and very expensive car, a bigger chap drives a very small car and an American chap drives neither.
I feel like the trio is looking better with each episode and the films they’ve made so far have been fun. Today’s episode was very enjoyable.
But because the site is shit and ad-filled on mobile, somebody on the r/TopGear subreddit just put up the text for everyone to read.
Spoiler! So stop reading if you haven’t seen it....
Will this edition be Good, Great, Adequate, or Awful?
One; what a slick, smooth, beautiful studio. BBC has got the first step to owning the show down pat.
Be heroes, boys. Be heroes. I put my faith in you. I believe in you. I know you can get past the haters and you’ll make it big. Do us good.
As I covered in Part 1, two friends and I had just bought cheap wheels in San Diego and were intending to drive them 2200 miles up the Pacific Coast to Seattle, and then sell them when we got there.
Well I certainly wasn’t expecting this to show up on my IG feed. This TG season could get good after all.
Sometime in late 2014 my friend Taylor and I were sitting around, drinking whiskey, and watching Top Gear, like one does. If I recall correctly specifically, we had just finished Botswana… or Bolivia… I forget which is which, and were a good way through the Vietnam special. It was at this fateful moment, Taylor said…
It’s so un-Harris I can’t even—