Meet TTAC: Coast To Lake Edition
Interested in meeting your [s]least[/s] favorite TTAC author? Perhaps you’re a fan of my unique lyrical styles, or you’re a lonely female journalist stuck on the West Coast with a boyfriend who plays Goth music through a Les Paul that isn’t even from the f**king Custom Shop. Maybe you’re one of the GM forum loons who nearly crashed your ’96 Grand Am GT automatic into a Jersey barrier when you saw that my awesome article on the Crapillac ATS was translated into German, complete with fun illustrations, and now you want to choke me with the power of your massive, Cavalier-tattooed biceps. Failing all that, perhaps you’d like to appear in the next TTAC video?
Good news! I am doing an international tour during the next two weekends!
This upcoming Monday, June 25, we will be shooting the long-awaited sequel to our Hyundai Genesis 3.8 Track Test video at Toronto Motorsports Park. What are we testing? Well, disclosing the test car in advance is a bit of a scary notion, and I don’t know if I should reveal the secret or not. Come on out, meet the crew, and become famous!
Just four days later, Friday, June 29, at Buttonwillow Raceway Park, I will be working with the editors of Hooniverse to create an interesting story about doing racetrack instruction in, shall we say, an unexpected vehicle. After that, I’ll stick around to run the 24 Hours of LeMons in the Neon pictured above. I have every confidence that we will win by at least the 52-lap margin I put on Car and Driver’s cheating-ass, dirty-driving, low-talent team of inbreds back in ’07.
Stop by and say hello!
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