I want you to tell me the first thing that comes to mind when you see this
The idea situation for the Peugeot to take on the 911. It wouldn't have a chance in the dry, but if both drivers are skilled amateurs on a similar level, the Porsche is way too sketchy to push when it's that wet.
>that people ITT will assume the peugeot is in the lead and not being lapped
>that people will assume they didn't send the peugeot out way before the 911
>people will assume the 911 isn't about to overtake
>people will assume the drivers are at the same skill
>for some reason when there is a little rain/snow a rwd just starts doing donuts and sliding all over the place because no one has ever driven one in the rain safely.
>thinking a miata can ever compete with a 205gti
shove your quads up your ass. I had a 106 for years and DAMN that car could take a beating
Sorry for bad quality
That one episode of James' show where two regular people have to race on a very wet track, and the one that isn't in a pre-driving aids yuppie killer ends up losing because he isn't skilled enough to use his car.
Heres a better one from the fall before, already with winter steelies
>I believe in taking care of my car by washing it every sunday. In the morning if my car is extremely dirty, I'll put on a snow foam, while preparing the rims. All four of them. After I rinse of the foam off I use the two bucket wash method and a microfiber wash mitten to avoid swirls.
>As a cleaning agent I use pH balanced car shampoo, to avoid the wax being washed off, for the rims an acid free rim cleaner, because aluminium is very sensitive.Then , if neccessary, I use a clay bar to free the paint of small contaminations in the pores. Then I apply a Collinite car wax, which I leave on for 10 minutes while clean the glass on the outside and put tire shine on tires and plastic trim.
>I always use RainX on the glass, because it let's rain run of and gives a better sight on the road. Then microfiber towels to buff of the wax and then a quick vacuum on the inside, followed by a final look over and touching up the wax if needed.
>There is an idea of a really clean car; some kind of abstraction. But there is no real it: only an entity, something illusory. And though you can see the shine, and you can see your reflection in the hood and maybe you can even sense your car is similar, it simply is