Guest star interview: Alex Perrault aka Ex Muscles Glasses, The Heavy Foot crew talk about Jay Leno’s Garage, high speed driving, Julia’s new bike, etc.
Make sure to check out Alex’s twitter for all the latest information about his podcast and his upcoming videos, @TheAlexPerrault. Check out episode 1 of his vine show titled, “Too Lazy to Film This More Than Once”
Alex, Albert, Julia, and Stefan talk about cars and how life is in London. They discuss The Honda S2000 Review and Albert’s poor driving abilities.
Alex takes an AP2 S2000 for a spin to determine whether it’s better than the BRZ. The Honda does have more power but the BRZ is way more modern. It will be difficult to pronounce a winner without the use of an amazing road consisting of s-curves, hairpins and elevation changes.
Alex and Albert host the crew form NJ DIP, along with Mike “Lil Block” Rubino. See what happens when the guys discuss everything from plastic vinyl to steret racing in the warehousing district of Newark, NJ.
Alex takes a 2013 Subaru BRZ for a spin to determine whether Subaru’s formula for a lightweight rear wheel drive coupe would be as fun as it looks, and is it a driver’s car? The question lies with the power plant, “is 200 Hp enough to still be able to have fun?”
Alex and Albert talk about a bunch of different things from car costs overseas to the new Fast and Furious movie.
Alex gets lost in the woods but finds a GMC Terrain in the process. GMC has been building some of the toughest Trucks and SUV’s in the market for the longest time. They enter the crossover market with the Terrain, a comfortable and stylish utility vehicle.
Monaco supported the notion that its Grand Prix is the most exciting on the calendar. The race day was full of smoke, fire and drama. There was a bevy of accidents which prompted a safety car and even a red flag. Both Felipe Massa and Pastor Maldonado suffered brutal crashes. The Brazilian even made a trip to the hospital for precautionary reasons. Mercedes ended up seizing the day with their best finish of the year.
Nico Rosberg was the day’s champion. The W04’s far-superior pace, coupled with textbook driving by Rosberg, handily kept the Red Bulls at bay. Nico is now part of the first father-son duo to win at Monte Carlo. This Sunday was the 30th anniversary of Keke Rosberg’s victory here.
Lewis Hamilton even nailed P4, despite an error he made under the lap 30 safety-car caused a pit delay.
Mercedes’ success made a huge dent in the gap to Lotus in the Constructor standings for 3rd place. Judgment will have to be reserved for the time being to decide whether their tire degradation issue has finally been resolved. The car is truly a contender, as are her drivers.
Although the RB9 could not catch the W04, Red Bull can rest easy as Vettel and Webber’s P2 and P3 respective finishes extended both Seb’s lead in the Driver standings and the team’s lead in the Constructor standings. Hamilton’s faux pas in the pit handed each driver an extra place.
Red Bull’s joy was enhanced largely by miserable days for both Lotus and Ferrari. As mentioned earlier, Felipe Massa logged a DNF after a horrific accident. Romain Grosjean also never came home after retiring due to damage resulting from his bone-headed collision with the Toro Rosso of Daniel Riccardo. The Frenchman was handed a 10-place grid penalty for the Canadian GP.
Alex and Rich do a special Memorial Day episode, they talk about favorite BBQ methods, while harnessing the essence of tiny SUV’s. Things such as favorite new gaming system are discussed as we go into Forza vs. Gran Turismo. Did you know there was a show called “Viper” back in the early 90′s? Yea neither did we…don’t feel bad.
Memorial Day Weekend
Viper – The show
Best small SUV
Rare cars that you don’t see anymore