Over time things change. Change is inevitable. Foresight is often derived from hindsight, calculated from observable results. Repetition is the proof of reality, the science of predictable results.
The butt? An important tool of fun. Our posterior plays an important role in car fun. It’s often what we refer to when we discuss our experience in a fast automobile. “That one was a clencher, threw me right back in my seat!” Driving enjoyment is primarily decided by the feedback our body translates to our brains. Matt Tregars V8 Corolla is nick named ‘the roller coaster’ as the experience to an actual roller coaster is quite comparable. User experience. Let’s talk about it.
So this story begins a few months ago. I was biking home from work, when I decided to take the back streets home. As I rounded the corner, I saw the familiar silhouette of a loved one. It was a Levin hatchback. Then I saw another. Then I had to meet the owner of this magical place.
Although this blog was the original medium showcasing the spirit of Speed Hero, it has slowed drastically. Other mediums have become more convenient or at least more obvious in their actual reach. For those of you who still subscribe to this, here’s an open dump of some Speed Hero propaganda created since the last time you saw.
Turn them up, full blast. This shit is about to get nutty.
Maybe we should start this year off by doing cool stuff.
Thanks to Sean Nesbit loaning me a decent PC to use, I was able to whip up this idea that was stuck in my head.
Tsukuba kids play mat! Now your toddlers can time attack!