I just finished changed the rear brakes and oil on my 2003 F150 4.6L V8 work truck. I'm not so sure that it counts as fun though...
As soon as the weather warms up, I'll be getting and installing a new windshield + windshield frame for my 1995 Jeep Wrangler toy. New wheels and a new soft top, and I'll be golden for the summer fun season of no top/no doors.
Wait, were you racing a hatchback? I literally know nothing about cars (my time in garages was my "I don't wanna learn shit" phase). All I know is my brother bought a brand new wrx (hatchback eww) one day as an excuse to blow all his google money, and when they asked what color he said, "nah, I don't wanna be that guy I don't care." This gf of my ex gf's wife mentioned how wrx's are always supposed to be blue and I mentioned that my brother bought a lemon. She spouted out the year of the car on the spot. Weirdest boner ever. Now back to you racing.
Don't you be tellin me no spoilers. I'm only half way through this shit. There are seriously points in this video where it looks like you just flipped the nos switch. Why didn't you just keep the nos switch in the on position?
Haha the car is a rocket. It's much faster than almost everything in this session. I am going slow on purpose with a few exceptions where I wanted to blow someone away because they were making me go even slower than I was "supposed to".
Unfortunately my fucking camera died on the 3rd session when I was really flying. Then, I fucked the car up in the 4th session and had to retire for the day. Car was down on power and couldn't really go over 60 mph. It turned out that some turbocharger plumbing had come undone and the car was venting boost. It was too much of a mess to fix trackside so I went home.