Archive For October, 2010

Roller Coasters are the Next Best Thing

By | October 30, 2010

As a car guy, there is nothing more exciting than cars. When you can’t have fast cars, roller coaster are usually the next best thing. They are awesome because you get to feel G’s that you wouldn’t normally get to experience, except in one of the world’s fastest exotics. Disney created a new roller coaster […]

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Auto Soup: Ferrari Porn, Top Gear USA Track, & A Nerdy Enzo

By | October 28, 2010

Another week, another handful of neglected automotive news items. But first, a moment of shameless self promotion telling you to RSS subscribe and like us on Facebook (to the right, to the right). Now, let’s begin: Top Gear America Track Revealed Maybe spied on Google Earth is a more accurate term than revealed. Either way, […]

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Beer Truck Smashes Into Pole, Blows Up Cottonwood Heights

By | October 28, 2010

<<<Like us on Facebook (to the right) and subscribe via RSS!>>> We Utahans know how to party. Not only do we have the world’s only twin-turbo Enzo but we also like to blow things up by running trucks into power line poles, as clearly demonstrated in the video below. So what “thing” was blown up this […]

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Love Notes… To a Car

By | October 27, 2010

In a previous life when I was a single young buck without a care in the world I drove a car that checked all the right boxes for me, a Nissan 350Z. I didn’t buy the car to get girls or troll for “bootie” as they used to say back in the day. I bought […]

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James May’s Man Lab: How To Be A Man By The Man

By | October 27, 2010

Apparently James May doesn’t know just cars- he knows how to be a real man. And come October 31st, he’ll extend the hand of human kindness and show you how to do the same in his new BBC show, “James May’s Man Lab”. The 15-second trailer below pretty much guarantees that this show will be […]

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Low Deltas & Heroic Engineers

By | October 26, 2010

***Please keep your Twitters and Facebooks inside the car at all times. It’s gunna be a wild RSS*** Duane Innes is a managing engineer for the Raptor F-22 program at Lockheed Martin, and, listening to him, he is probably pretty dang good at it. He was driving down the road with his family in his […]

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