See it here:
See it here:
Enjoyable but quite an old video.
Also think the Vagon jumped the start to make for a better result and episode.
Not according to Andrew Comre Picard the race driver who works on Top Gear--listen to the episode of him on The Smoking Tire podcast.
decent discussions (while kind of short) on both those threads
Do you have a link? Would love to listen.Quote:
Originally Posted by jsherid1
The fact that a $65,000 American Sports Sedan can even hang with a late model Italian supercar is amazing in and of itself.
Love that Cadillac commercial with the V coupe in front of the Ferrari on the race track, talking about licensing the shock technology to Ferrari. Very effective.
I would love to see one with a Prius and a V side by side from the rear comparing the exhaust notes or lack thereof, and showing the Prius driver wearing a beret and smoking a pipe.
In case this link does not work--look for the Smoking Tire episode called "Not Top Gear" I think the quote is towards the end where they are talking about authenticity in journalism.
First mention of the CTS-V Wagon (at El Mirage) at 1:14:25.
And over by 1:16:10.
Including mention of the classic GMC Syclone vs Ferrari drag race from Car & Driver.
That's pretty cool to know that it's authentic.
That California is an abomination. Worst rear-end on a car I think I have ever seen.
Yeah, I've dated women with better rear ends than that. But it's another story ...Quote:
Originally Posted by MacBuster