This week, we thought it would be fun to switch it up a tad and share something a bit different: Speed Academy’s Dave Pratte reviewing a 1999 Plymouth Prowler on track at Toronto Motorsports Park.
Our knee-jerk reaction was “this surely won’t go well”, however to our surprise, it actually ends up being surprisingly competent on track (for what it is)! The engineers at Chrysler really must’ve had all the bases covered back in the mid-90’s. Combine its good grip, torquey power, and above-average handling with the sensation of driving a long, pointy, iconic 90’s convertible, and we’re left wondering why more people don’t stretch their Prowlers’ legs on track.
We’re not saying owners should start a spec series (well, if they want to, we’d certainly get a kick out of it), but c’mon, live a little! Great helmets can be had for not much money!
This Prowler also happens to belong to Yuri of The Straight Pipes, another quality Canadian YouTube channel. Check out the video!
The G80 M3’s personality is just far too muddied, but at least what it’s courageous enough to express is well-sorted excellence.
As the magnificent W12 now exits stage left, I reflect how pleasurable the Continental GT Mulliner is to not only drive, but experience.
Maybe the 2023 Land Rover Defender 110 V8 isn’t perfect, but neither was the old Defender – isn’t that kind of the point?
Before the Civic Type R and GR Corolla, there was the Ford Focus RS, a venerable and much-beloved member of the super sport compact fight club.
We’d hesitate to describe it as an ‘SUV’: It’s a Ferrari… just with four doors. But we’re obsessed!