Discussion in 'Honda Industry News' started by webby, Mar 7, 2013.
Yep. I've said it before and will say it again....In my opinion, the BTCC and the Australian V8 Supercars are two of the most exciting race series on the planet. It's all about "elbows and knuckles" with all those guys.
Grand-Am racing can get pretty exciting as well...
I love Grand Am racing...ESPECIALLY the CTSCC, but they don't come close to being as exciting as the BTCC.
Yea, but those 3 are prob the best to watch
Which three, the ones I listed?
Yea, BTCC, Australia V8 super cars and CTSCC Grand-Am....
I try to watch them when ever I see them on TV...
You gotta set up that dvr man! Then you never miss any of them.
Unfortunately, the DVR is being mainly used by the gf, and I can't go to a larger size....
You tell her that you don't give a crap about Say Yes To The Dress, and that racing is WAAAAAAY more important than anything she watches on Bravo.
have to check my pants after that...wow
Some DVRs you can get an external HDD and keep it on the side for a bigger storage capacity. I think cannot go to any HDD size but most common sizes work. Depends on the models the Scientific Atlantas can do that for sure.
I personally find F1 best, but any racing is great for me!
That engine should have been what made it to the 9th gen Si. Seems like all of the Si's competition are using turbocharged, direct injection engines tunes to around 260 hp. Maybe the 10th gen.
F1 is without question, the pinnacle of motorsports as far as technology and skill goes. That being said...it's not always the most exciting racing to watch.
that wheel/tire combo
I can understand that, I do watch it since 1990 so I am very used to it so I admit I am biased. It is never boring for me, practice, qualifying or race.
I'm the same exact way about F1, but a little more realistic about what happens on track.
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