Had a real funny experience today. Was in Bundaberg on the main drag when a dog cock red VX clubsport raced up beside me in the other lane and looks over at me urging me to race. The speed limit is 70km/h here. We get to the lights and he is going to splat me come hell or high water.
The lights change, he is waiting for me to stomp it. I waited about 2 seconds and the hammered in 1st up to about 60km/h leaving him behind and just changed straight into third, next thing he blasts past at about 100km/h and accellerating. He must have realized I was not going to play and he was now travelling at "walk for 6 months" speed so he locks it up so as not to hit the cars in front of him. I nearly pissed myself laughing and he was NOT a happy camper. Gave me many evil looks.
Earlier this morning I overtook a brown VT Clubsport who was doing just under 100 on the highway. Next thing it blasts past at warp factor 6.
Why is it every SS, Clubsport and ricemobile I see always try and race?
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Let him that hath understanding count the number of the BEAST:
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I was the passenger when flappist played games with the clubby this morning. I thought the other driver (complete with hitler mustache and toy cuddly lion on rear parcel shelf) had decided not to take the gtp on coz he didnt appear for a few seconds, but then in true tryhard driver went past and kept accelerating.
Its unfortunate I wont get my licence back before i sell my skyline tony because someone needs to teach you a lesson some time or other - no one else round here seems to be able
Not wanting to start any Holden/Ford stereotypes...who finds that you beat someone off the line and speed up to the speed limit, only to see them fly past when they finally do catch up and look over as though they have shat all over you? Complete tossers!
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