16th October 2008

You Don’t Know What Nice Fast Cars Are Until You’ve Read This

  • Toyota Supra – You specifically want the turbocharged engine (the 2JZGT-E) because it has 300 hp stock, and is very well built and can handle amazing power.
    • Lotus Elise – The Elise is like a go kart for adults. It’s handling is unsurpassed and is heralded by many formula 1 drivers.
    • Mazda RX-7 – The most famous rotary powered car in the world is also one of the most fun to drive with it’s good power and amazing balance.
    • Chevrolet Corvette – The Corvette is the best bang for your buck muscle car stock
    • Honda S2000 – The S2000 is an amazing deal for a whole lot of car, and looks amazing. It turns heads.
    • Acura NSX- The NSX is one of the age old supercars that’s very very quick around the track and easily moddable to be quick on the street.
    • Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution – The Evo has a huge past and has been the car of choice of many rally drivers.
    • Subaru Impreza WRX STi – The STi has the unorthodox but efficientBoxer engine, which is very very strong.
    • Mazda Miata – The Miata is one of the best little small cars you can have and has amazing potential to do anything, track, drift or drag.
    • Nissan 240SX – The 240SX is slug, capable of taking on a variety of engines (SR20DET, KA24DET, 2JZGTE, LS1, etc.),
    • Infiniti G35 – The Infiniti G35 is one of the most beautiful sports coupes in existence and is no snail around the track, either.
    • Nissan 350Z – The 350Z is the Infinti G35′s bigger brother. It’s lighter and is quicker, and also looks amazing.

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    5th March 2008

    Jeremy Clarkson Quotes

    jeremy clarkson
    Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson (born April 11, 1960 in Doncaster) is a controversial British motoring journalist and television presenter.

    On places

    There are signs directing you away from Birmingham but nothing enticing you in.

    Oxford hates the car.

    God may have created the world in six days, but while he was resting on the seventh, Beelzebub popped up and did this place. (Detroit)

    Motoring in general

    We all know that small cars are good for us. But so is cod liver oil. And jogging.

    Speed has never killed anyone, suddenly becoming stationary… That’s what gets you.

    I’ve seen gangrenous wounds better looking than this. ( Clarkson on the Porsche Cayenne)

    (Referring to the Porsche Cayenne) 0-60 takes 5 and a half seconds…and about 17 gallons of fuel….

    Now we’ve been told in this new series, we’ve got to feature more green cars. So here’s one. It’s really the greenest car we could find, really. (A bright green Lamborghini Murcielago)

    Now we get quite a few complaints that we don’t feature enough affordable cars on the show, so we’re kicking off tonight with the cheapest Ferrari of them all. (a Ferrari F430) Read the rest of this entry »

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    20th September 2007

    Exotic cars getting onto the freeway

    California is one of the most populace places in the world, so it’s not surprising it’s home to many supercars. Here you’ll see a video of a bunch of exotics getting onto the freeway. It’s a lot of eye candy, so best clear up a few minutes of your schedule so you can check it all out.


    Exotics Getting On The FreewayThe funniest home videos are here

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    9th September 2007

    Big names in sports car industries don’t only compete in races

    Advertising in the car scene is incredibly cutthroat. Find any weakness you can, and exploit it! Below is BMW sending a msesage to it’s rivals at Audi:
    BMW Car of the Year Award AD
    Audi doesn’t just take it. Following is Audi’s retort:
    Audi winner of 6 consecutive lemans ad
    Following the trend is Subaru, who has something to say itself:
    Subaru advertisement response to Audi and BMW
    And finally, Bentley:
    Bentley response to Audi, Subaru, and BMW advertisement

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    4th July 2007

    Why we drive sports cars with a passion

    It’s hard to get tired or bored of writing about sports cars when there are so many of them, and they just don’t stop coming.

    The reasons are obvious: people like to drive, people like to be seen in sports cars. The people who buy these cars understand inherently that there’s more to cars than just getting from point A to point B.

    It can be a thrill, a sheer rush of excitement and joy. It isn’t unlike why we visit theme parks to ride on roller coasters. Except with a roller coaster, it’s all determined for you what’s going to happen. Read the rest of this entry »

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