Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Technik, Jun 19, 2007.
I'll be in Europe in 2 weeks, are there any major auto sporting events going on? WTCC, DTM??? etc???
I'm in a different kind of german car crew.
you have to fucking go to the MB museum in Stuttgart.
i'll go to nurburgring if you wanna pick me up at a big nearby city
theres a porsche cup an hour away from where i live on the 30th, but tickets still havent gone on sale, i dont get it
you morons buy unreliable shitbox cars. Fucking dumbasses.
They're unreliable, to an extent, because the engines are complex. You're shitty Japanese econoboxes have simple, low horsepower engines for people who want to plod along at 55, hogging up expressways for people who decided to buy something with passion and performance. You're the idiot, not us.
you drive nazi sleds
autobahn + driving skills + good car = ftw
my shitty japanese car is the best selling sports car on the planet. IT hs a perfect 50/50 weight distribution, rwd, light, and RELIABLE. It has more passion than any shitbox, overpriced, poseur lease ride...and faster.
50/50 weight distribution can be found in a BMW. Personally, reliability isn't that important to me, and besides, you drive a Miata. A E350 or 328i is faster, looks better, and isn't a car for sorority girls. If you want a real sports car, get a Cayman S or a Z4M
I didn't buy the car for looks. If I wanted a car that looked good, fast, comfy, and reliable, I'd buy an is. Its funny that reliability is not important to you. More fucking stupidity and acceptance of inferior engineering and poor execution. I keep up with the Cayman S just fine, never run with a z4m, but the non m's are pathetically slow. The 328 is a sad excuse for a car.
The unreliability is worth it, there really is something unique about a teutonic car.
edit: but Japanese cars are fine, really. We can agree the new G35 is plenty competent, hell, better than a C350...
i don't understand this logic. Enjoy being stranded in the middle of the night, towing, and constant service. I finally got tired of taking time off work and wasting personal time trying to get my audi fixed.
and lol @ guy driving a car engineered for homosexuals.
So aside from the homosexual miata drivers, where can I find some motorsport activity in Europe? Obviously the Nurbubgring. where else?