Originally Posted by stevew24963
You all can keep your Italian mistress's. It's love American style for me. I'm taken the Vette. 😃
I love Ferrari, but reality (my wallet) tells me to stick with American.
As much as I love and desire European cars, keeping our people employed seems like the right thing to do.
For 20 years I have had a stiff one for Vipers.
Now that I am old & worn out, I no longer want to live everyday with a manual transmission or a car that can burn my calves getting out of.
Fortunately, Chevy seems like they may have the perfect fit for an old fart like me: the 2015 Z06.
Love my CTS-V and Mustang Cobra, but the Z06 may be my final hurrah.
Originally Posted by zeus33
Cough...cough....LOTUS!Renault losing patience with late-paying teams
Renault has warned late-paying Formula One teams that they risk having their engine supply withheld if matters are not resolved in the next few weeks.
Speaking to reporters at the Spanish Grand Prix, fifth race of the season, Renault Sport F1 head Jean-Michel Jalinier indicated the French engine maker was losing patience.
This is a sad truth with F1.
Costs have become so high, teams can't afford to pay bills in a timely matter.
While referring to the Kimi "not being paid" situation last year, Toto Wolff commented how he couldn't understand why ANY team would be so lame as to not have a budget they could stick to.
I have to agree...it doesn't help the sport.
Originally Posted by Tack
What a joke. They put on the "We are all about Green" face on the front end, but still pander to the "Oil Rich - Big Payday" on the back end.
This is freakin' ridiculous.
No French GP and Bernie grasps for MORE