Not 100% the same thing, but if your craving something like this you MUST watch Dust to Glory! Really, do it now! The last guy I told that to borrowed my DVD and never returned it! Though I still have the empty box, it's that good that I refuse to throw out the box in case I get it back one day. (This was 2007, so...) » 12/11/14 3:52pm 12/11/14 3:52pm

I think it's interesting that Haas is jumping to tie himself in with Ferrari, especially when you look back at the performances of Ferrari's customer teams, it doesn't exactly point to winning success (steady lower-mid field, sure).) I mean sorry, but your NEVER going to consistently or ever repeatedly beat Ferrari… » 12/06/14 1:02pm 12/06/14 1:02pm

Because those Red Commie Bastards! I agree with your opinion of Skoda and Hell, I'd actually like to own one in the US, but I think it would be a mistake bringing the nameplate here. Now if they revamp the US VW line to look and feel more like Skoda, then you maybe onto something. » 12/04/14 3:23pm 12/04/14 3:23pm

The Tim O'Neil school has a top notch program. I went there in 2007, yes, Mr. Knox was the lead instructor for my school then, and as someone with an armature road racing background I can't begin to tell you how much I learned there in 3 days. I highly recommend this to anyone considering it. » 12/03/14 3:05pm 12/03/14 3:05pm

For the guy with the RX-8 story. Sure sound like you should blame your tires and not the car. I had a 1995 325is with a lot of work, supercharged etc. and drove it though several winters, some of which were quite bad. It was fine, but I HAD to have real snow tires on it, drove like a tank. Everything I read in your… » 11/25/14 11:40am 11/25/14 11:40am

I agree 100% about wanting manuals, I don't give a shit about efficiency, there is no skill, no involvement, little thinking and NO FUN in just planting your foot. Every auto-manual I've ever driven has always worked better when leaving it alone and letting the computer handle everything. Boring. » 11/15/14 11:35am 11/15/14 11:35am