Ferrari F40 of Peace

It’s not too often that I get a chance to surround myself with exotic cars. To be honest, I practically have an ill disinterest in them. A guy like me enjoys cars that are more relatable, and for someone of my meek social status, one could say that these million-dollar symbols of wealth have little for me to identify with.… Read the rest of this now >>

Ball-Holding Gnomes

After a long lull from doing any spirited driving, we FINALLY did another team cruise. I know we’ve been to Newcomb’s Ranch before, but this visit was an opportunity for the people who couldn’t come last time. Sure, it was my millionth time coming here, but whatever — the sandwiches are good, man :p

Creeper Shot #1

This was also a chance for me to practice my creeper shots, like this one I took of Blue.… Read the rest of this now >>

BP VIP Meet - At Least the Stickers are CoolYeah yeah… I know this was a VIP meet… Yet, I’d have to say that for me anyways, my biggest takeaway from this meet had to have been… dun dun dun… the stickers. Now, don’t get me wrong, there were some really well-made cars at the gathering. There were super slammed Infinitis with GOOD wheels, another car that had all-metal body work done to it ($$$$), and even an old school LS400 that was nicely done.… Read the rest of this now >>

Getting ready to burn these beasts
Dear Diary, this weekend, I went camping. I used some of these logs from the tree that the city cut down and about two bags of old homework assignments. It was fun. My friends and I ate burgers and hot dogs, and I got to sleep in a tent. Yay. Interestingly, not too long after we left, I heard there was a fire.… Read the rest of this now >>

Asian Log Rolling Competition
There are two good reasons to drive over 20 miles up a twisty mountain road in the middle of summer’s blazing heat. One is because you like driving up twisty mountain roads. The other reason is for food.

I’ve had an on-again off-again love relationship with Mount Wilson for quite a few years, but it wasn’t until this year that I discovered the restaurant/bar further along Angeles Crest.… Read the rest of this now >>

Green Datsun at Nissan Jam 2014
On a spur of the moment, I decided to visit Nissan Jam 2014 at Connell Nissan with Eric. I haven’t seen this many 240sxs buzzing around the vicinity for parking since Drift Day. Arriving at the last hour of the event, I expected only a few cars to be there still, but instead it looks like we were able to catch the whole show.… Read the rest of this now >>

This was one of the best meets I’ve been to in a while. Cool people, lots of nice cars, and very low levels of crappy ricing. I was actually impressed. I thought I was only going to be there for about 30 minutes but I stayed for a couple of hours.… Read the rest of this now >>

Alright, first of all, you bastards should have gone too. It was a blast as usual, the group (myself and Naki) got our cars nice and dirty while practicing some techniques. For him, it was rally drift / handbrake, and for me, I dunno…  I’ve been here a bunch of times already, so it was just practice for me haha.… Read the rest of this now >>

There’s nothing like a spontaneous 4am visit to Denny’s to get your head working. Gotta get that breakfast of champions in ya to prepare for the cool mountain run the next day. I was determined no matter what to visit the old stomping grounds at Mount Hamilton, in the Bay Area of California.… Read the rest of this now >>

Saturday marked the first ever Forever Alone Party + Dreamer Soul meet & cruise. Thanks to another awesome brake job at the mechanic’s shop aka my back yard, Blue and I were running a little late. But seeing as how there would be pictures taken, we had to get the cars cleaned up.… Read the rest of this now >>