Motortrend is arguably the leading automotive journalist magazines in all of north america when it comes to their videos. The content is entertaining, the journalists are very well informed and interesting to watch, and the cars they have are among the best. Here are their 3 greatest drag race videos!
I gotta say tho, worst style for journalists I have ever seen haha!! Pardon my obvious observation.
Cheers and enjoy these amazing videos courtesy of Motortrends Team!
I love Tiff in this video, my first Ferrari goal I want to achieve in my life time at some point. Enjoy this video 🙂
Live to Drive!
One of my dream cars, and arguably one of the most collector 911’s that will ever exist. Enjoy one of the few videos with the legendary RS 4.0
I love drifting. If only this could happen every day.
Pictures speak louder than words, and this picture says it all:
Can anyone guess what this was??
Instead of guessing here is a picture of what it looked like prior to that fatal day (car fatality, nobody was harmed not even me)
I always like those movies that show the ending first and then discuss how it all happened in a fairy tale like setting. It’s romance for a gear head, our wedding, love story so to speak.
You can refer people to my blog ya know rather than saying thank you…..just saying.
This go’s out to all my Honda junkies out there, those guys who will always be a lover of N/A (normally aspirated cars…..in non car junkie terms, a car that does not have the help of forced induction aka a turbocharger or supercharger to produce more output from the motor). Those who love N/A more than anything are the true car junkies, and the ones that can really understand where I get the term a car and the “soul” it has. There is nothing like a car that produces over 100hp/litre from a normally aspirated engine. Drive one and you will understand exactly what I mean.
Car number 2 I first fell in love with when I saw a more base version of it driving around town. I always wondered what the hell that little car was and finally I was able to inspect one in a parking lots one day and saw “Prelude”.