We are back with another episode to keep you somewhat entertained during this Coronavirus nonsense.
This week, we kick off with a bit of nonsense before cracking on and talking about Sir Stirling Moss passing away at the age of 90yrs last week. Something we learned about 10 minutes after we uploaded last weeks episode. So, we dedicate a fair bit to talk about his extensive motor racing career.
We then talk a bit about the next Nissan Zed-car, rumoured to be a 400Z which would imply it will have a 4.0L engine.
Then Matt talks about the new Ford Focus RS more than likely not coming to Australia; though Ford Australia is determined for it to come here.
Matt then talks about Mazda probably borrowing BMW’s inline 6 and drivetrain for the new Mazda 6, and probably partnering up with Toyota to develop Mazda’s next sports car.
We then talk about Chinese vehicles, and Matt actually gets quite excited by a few of them.
Matt then brings up CarSales’ article on the top 10 Drift cars for under $10k.
Joseph then goes through the list of the top10 cars sold in Australia in the year 2000, and there’s one car, in particular, that was an absolute blast from the past.
Mitch then talks about what’s been happening to his Hilux lately.
Then we answer a question from James and talk about mad imported cars for sale.
Then we end with ‘The Cool Wall.’
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