Also who here still remembers Brian Silvestro?
Brain dead rims yeah stupid wheels Girl I’m too for real Lose your tooth and nails Try to fight it, try to deny it Stupid you will feel
Essentially it’s a scaled-down version of Last Week Tonight: a monologue about two topics (a small one about me and another about a different subject) and two interludes: a supercut of my Tetris Battle replays and a lip-sync music video to the tune of Bo Burnham’s Channel 5 News: The Musical.
The current-generation R35 GT500 has opening doors, while the 720S marks the first McLaren road car Tomica makes a replica of. There’s a dual-ended truck coming for Tomica long, and an intriguing model coming to Premium--some say it might be another classic Ferrari.
Here’s the puzzle: mount the exhaust (shiny grey pieces) such that I can give it thrust vectoring capability. The biggest challenge is making sure the exhaust is right in line with the plates of the tail while still being able to move them as freely as possible.
Not sure why I went with this design, but there you go.
Good morning, East Coast Oppo. I’ve got some tunes for you.
Yeah, I suddenly turned on the party lights at 11pm Manila time. Sorry about that. Wish it was a minute longer, really. Gets me super-pumped.
I’ve been seeing some Facebook users in the Filipino Tomica collectors’ page get their hands on the LaFerrari, so I went and asked them where they’re getting it. One reply finally came through and echoed the other replies I got over the past week: it was ordered somewhere else.
You wouldn’t want to mess with those guys, especially up close.
Watch the Sneak Peek Presentation right now!!! Well actually it’s over, but if you want to see the whole shebang, go here.
No really, I’m surprised they were able to snap one up. Makes me think next year’s big test will have either the Aston Martin Valkyrie, Mercedes-AMG One, or both. Wow.
Because the following is relevant to my interest. Don’t worry; if you don’t want it, just click the video to watch some GT racing, which is what you should be doing anyway.
In a slightly drawn-out countdown to my birthday, I shall now list down cars, in groups of 21, that I consider my favorites. In no particular order:
Takara Tomy’s sub-licensing is turning out to be one of the biggest developments in the die-cast world, and it’s only getting bigger.
Unprecedented in circuit design. 30 corners, about 12km long for this layout you see here, and able to run both clockwise and counter-clockwise. Now to find a scenic, mountainous patch of land to build this on. Alps, or Himalayas if the Swiss won’t allow it.
Maybe it’s with the BGM. I love Galantis, but the following song seems like a better fit.
Ready, steady, FIGHT!!!
That the supercars and hypercars of the late 2010's are kaiju. Our automotive kaiju. Monsters created to rule the world. In a way, its descendants are kaiju too, in the same vein that the McLaren F1 is the Showa to the 720S’ Legendary Godzilla.
God fucking damn you to hell.