Bench Racing 2019
And going home.
Trying to back a car hauler into a carport — not an RV cover — is kinda like trying to stuff a ballpark-sized hot dog in a picnic bun.
In engineering, iteration is a slow but effective process for improvement.
Realizations can be rough.
As time moves on we lose so much about the past.
There's a first time for everything.
As I write this, I just got back from the track — and it was heaven.
I happen to love a good chocolate malt.
I've picked up a new habit: Adventure Coffee.
Another week, another project.
This week's update sure came down to the wire.
The resources I have to devote to my hobby are limited.
Having the right infrastructure to support a car hobby is just as important as having the infrastructure in place to support a society.
The new GT-500 — I love it — except...
Cruising the boards again has reminded me of a lot of mistakes I've made in the past.
Recently I returned to the interweb's social scene after being insular and anti-social for more than a decade.
This time of the year has long been special to me.
There's really only one thing I'm a pro at, and it's crastinating.
Ah, the challenges of dealing with a finicky performance car as a daily driver, touring car, and for one single night five years ago, a race car.
In whatever comes my way.
Through my love of the automobile, I've found myself delving deeply into numerous related subjects.