And other news from Planet Htrae.
Goodbye, fellow car haters! We at 60-0
am hoping your day going badly—at least as badly as things are for the usually exciting gang at Consumer Reports.
Human ingenuity knows no bounds.
If somebody out there is keeping a list of epic engine swaps, we'd like to nominate Max Orido's Toyota 86 and its new Lexus IS F-sourced 5.0 liter V8.
Wouldn't really be that big a change for them.
We've all had fantasies about what we'd do if we were one of the few survivors left after the apocalypse. For most of us, those fantasies will probably stay fantasies—unless 99942 Apophis
does in fact slam into Earth in 2036, we'll probably never steal a Ferrari and drive it to D.C. so we can do donuts on the White House lawn.
The second part of an epic drift battle series.
Making a good sequel is tricky. You want to improve on the first installment by going further than you did before, but at the same time, you don't want to lose touch with what made the first book/movie so good. So if anyone needs an example of good sequel crafting, they should check out Icon Motorsports's latest motorcycle versus car drift battle.