Yes....Its Friday, we are serving the usual summer fare. Make yourself comfortable...enjoy.
Have you noticed that the oil slick is not getting smaller! The short term effects we know, it will be fascinating to see the mid term, and long term effects of the oil gushing.
If you are in Canada you no doubt heard of the Oliphant Commission filing its report, in case you missed it you can find it here.
Peter DeLorenzo celebrated his 11th year of publishing Autoextremist with a poignant entry "It All Matters" take a moment its worth the time.
Not to again sound like a broken CD, Canadian auto sales are stabilizing, since last year was not such a bad year in Canada. We are not seeing the increases that the US is enjoying. May sales merely confirmed that the overall market is stable compared to last year. If you missed Car Wars it will give increased insight into the Canadian market.
This past week we had a Mazdaspeed 3, the review is here. One of the endearing aspects of this car, is that you actually have to drive it, you need to understand the car, and you wonder for how much longer folks will truly understand cars to drive them. Its a car with a visceral character that does not leave you indifferent.
Since we have a huge soft spot for performance, and fast cars...you can just imagine, this Mazdaspeed 3 pulled at our heart strings.
This week the autosphere is buzzing with the demise of Mercury....is anyone really going to miss Mercury? Mind you in Canada GM dearly misses Pontiac...yes we are being subtle.
If you really missed Click on a Photo see the Review, here is another chance.
Some old race cars from Down Under at Phillip Island.
By now you must have heard of the car that was made famous by being the first Bond car! Here is an extensive photo gallery of the 1965 Aston Martin DB5....enjoy!
This is cool, informative, from the inventors of the backhoe; and as you know Sir Anthony Bamford has a compelling Ferrari collection...as well as the Dieselmax.