Not gonna lie. I would like to 

  • Date a girl that’s into cars or racing…or both.
  • Date a white/hispanic/asian girl…..probably white because I’m just around more white girls than anything.

….I need something really different than what I’m use to when it comes to dating. It would be fun as fuck to me at least.



…Plus date night being a track day or going to watch a race would be fun

ask-heichouu:

novur:

SO SOME ASSHOLE GOT HOLD OF MY PHONE AND CHANGE ALL MY CONTACT NAMES, ICONS AND RINGTONES TO THIS FUCKING THING

SO NOW WHENEVER I GET A CALL MY PHONE THINKS IT’S BEING ALL CUTE LIKE “it is a mystery >O>” FUCK YOU MAN

This is a blessed post and that ringtone is the cutest thing bUT I CAN NEVER FIND THE FUCKING POsT FOR LIKE FIVE YEARS

(via widebooty)

Alright car nerds, settle this debate!

drivesleeprepeat:

trying to get a hold of an extra set of wheels and tires to use for track days on the car, and my dad shows me a set with all-weather tires that are going cheap. He’s saying I can take them racing, that the only thing that matters is the softness rating on them and not the tread pattern or original purpose of the tire. The ones I have on now are Toyo performance ones (would have to look at the exact model), but they’re a “sport” tread pattern. These all weather tires are a different width as well (255/45/17 instead of the 255/50/17s on it now.) I’m just fucking irritate, I’m trying to say that we would not be as competitive with all-weather tires.

So, how big of a difference does the tire make- soft compounds aside? Is there an advantage to the “sport” treads than to the all-weather ones? We are in a “stock car/street tires” class, and ACTUAL racing tires would bump us to a different class.

I don’t see how the all-weather tires would be better in comparison to the all weathers.  Maybe in a Rainy situation/very wet track they might but i still doubt it in that situation if you have a good driver.
 

Do the sport treads have fewer treads in comparison to the all-weathers?