Page 1 of 2 Next >

Commented On: Porsche Rennsport Reunion IV at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca This October


Motor Authority 5,120 Views 1 comment
Owned a couple of RX-7's in the past. Loved their free winding nature as well as the simple maintenance. A tuneup was changing four spark plugs, the oil and air filters, and the oil.

Commented On: America's Best Sports Car Roads, Part II


Motor Authority 563 Views 3 comments
I agree, it's an amazing road—parts four & five are in the works...

Commented On: Geneva Motor Show: Maserati GranCabrio Sport Debut


Motor Authority 8,480 Views 2 comments
uh...not sure what that has to do with the Maserati— but right on...

Commented On: Geneva: Aston Martin To Introduce New Virage


Motor Authority 9,705 Views 2 comments
I know exactly what you mean!

Commented On: Lotus To Launch Lotus Originals Apparel and Accessories


Motor Authority 1,124 Views 4 comments
It's a tough line to walk, but fact is Ferrari makes more money on the brand than it does on the cars. People have a need to be associated with the things they think are cool and the gear is pretty slick.

Commented On: SCM’s Five Best Lamborghinis of All Time


Motor Authority 1,123 Views 4 comments
I agree, Jalpa (an evolution of Urraco) was good looking. Chrysler didn't realize what they had in that car and should have spent money developing it further, rather than screwing around with Gandini's Diablo design.

Commented On: SCM’s Five Best Lamborghinis of All Time


Motor Authority 1,123 Views 4 comments
And yes, I left the Diablo out. Here's why. In the overall scheme of things Lamborghini, Diablo is basically a bridge between the most iconic Lamborghini ever (Countach) and the highest performing Lamborghini ever (Murcielago). Add to that the fact that Chrysler forced all sorts of changes on the Diablo's original Gandini design—in the name of "smoothing" it out—and what you wind up with is something of a compromise. And, in my opinion, compromise has no place on a list of the best of the best.

Commented On: SCM’s Five Best Lamborghinis of All Time


Motor Authority 1,123 Views 4 comments
And yes, I left the Diablo out. Here's why. In the overall scheme of things Lamborghini, Diablo is basically a bridge between the most iconic Lamborghini ever (Countach) and the highest performing Lamborghini ever (Murcielago). Add to that the fact that Chrysler forced all sorts of changes on the Diablo's original Gandini design—in the name of "smoothing" it out—and what you wind up with is something of a compromise. And, in my opinion, compromise has no place on a list of the best of the best.

Commented On: Ariel Atom 500 V-8 Preview


Motor Authority 777 Views 2 comments
I'm inclined to agree, that's a lot of scratch for another 200 horsepower, particularly when the 300 horsepower model is capable of providing the kinds of thrilla it does...

Commented On: America's Best Sports Car Roads, Part II


Motor Authority 563 Views 3 comments
Glad you like it, stay tuned, part three coming this week...
Page 1 of 2 Next >