Driving


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Control capacity. I think a lot of people really don’t get it, but raw speed does not interest me much at all. Formula 1? I’m more interested in vintage touring cars. Downforce equipped super car on R comps? Nah I’d rather a 150hp lightweight on skinny street tires. 4WD 3 LSD rally car light on ice? A RWD boat seems […]

Control Capacity


Yay for a short break from wheels. Winter has come and I finally got a chance to try the IS300 out on the ice. My expectations for the car were not high. It is a great daily driver, and from what I have experienced on the street, very well balanced and behaved. However, on glare ice with Subaru’s breathing down […]

Driving Rear Wheels Only



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My life has been full of cones. My first enounter with a cone was as a 7-year-old goalkeeper. Because when kids are too small to use a full sized soccer pitch, you make a mini-pitch and mini-goal with cones. Despite all of the lines painted on high school gymnasium floors, basketball practices are still littered with cones that define space […]

Cones.


Having a co-driver makes Solo a lot more fun. Here is a video I put together from last Sunday’s event at the Westerner grounds in Red Deer. Read fast, and don’t get hung up on my spelling and grammatical errors.

Performance Analysis



A. Chris Harris is a boss. If you don’t subscribe to his you tube channel, do it now and then go watch all of his videos dating back to the beginning of time (i.e. the dawn of the interwebz.) B. As he said… this particular video is what racing should be about. Damn look what pro drivers can do with […]

Man Crush


More than one of you asked… “why do you think you can’t heal and toe?” Heal and toe is hard, and it takes a lot more than just stabbing the gas pedal while braking as this vid shows. This clip from AE86 Club Vol 8 has obviously had an impact on me, as it came to mind immediately when thinking […]

Not A Pre-Requisite For Drifting