Anyone from the Pacific NW hear anything about complimentary track days at Pacific Raceways? The website lists Pacific Raceways but I haven't seen any Pacific Raceway option for a couple of weeks now.
The drive to Thunderhill is also quite a long trip, so I'd prefer it to be closer.
Another spotted Supra -- who has the gray Supra with what looked like red Rays wheels at the Rolls dealership in Bellevue yesterday?
I was shocked by how well it fit in with the 6 figure cars parked there.
I was thinking along the perspective that this is a harder car to get into and out of compared to my parents' Highlander and Camry I used to drive to high school, and I could see my parents struggle a little with the ride height since the car sits quite low in comparison.
Also, you bring up a...
Sound financial logic would've said, buy a 2 seat sports cars in your 40s or 50s, but a couple of things that probably won't hold true at that age:
This car isn't the easiest to get in or out of, and chances are it's not going to get easier
I think ICE cars will be phasing out in the next 20...
Lol, a majority of the west coast is spoiled for choice in terms of driving routes and variety.
That being said, going into the Appalachians isn't bad. I've heard a lot of good roads in NC, Virginia, through the Adirondacks and Catskills in NY, and Vermont.
Washington state is littered with great driving roads -- WA 101 down the coast, Lewis and Clark Trail, Cascades Scenic Loop (SR-97 Alternate onto SR-20 was killer), Yakima Canyon Road. I love the mountains for technical driving and then once you're into Central Washington, you have some...