Look at us managing to natter on for less than an hour! For this episode we raise a question absolutely nobody is asking; are Citroëns are too weird for their own good? I mean, we like ’em, but we’d feel a proper plonker driving some of ’em in a few years. Andrew’s bought a new car by the way. Can you guess what country it comes from? We also discuss a future where autonomous German cars might be programmed to be just as arrogant as their owners and inappropriate ways to euthanise a terminally ill hamster.
We’re proper now! This time round, we’re asking all the important questions like, are we due a secondhand supercar glut, and does owning a Capri always make you look like a rapist? Dawson’s also regales us with tales of a few cars he’s spotted in the area, one of which is so interesting he forgets what it is mid-recording. Oh, and it’s been five minutes since Porsche last told us they make proper hairy bottomed driver’s cars. They do, ya know? Stop laughing.
Crikey! Look at us go. Episode 2 already. We’ve barely had time to get kettle on. We’ve found time though – of course we’ve found time! This time round we finish up going on about our self-important-selves by trying to quickly go over the cars of our past, present, and (hopefully) future. It’s harder than you think. We’ve also made a little change to our format too with tea breaks included for your convenience – a-thankyou-very-much.
For our first episode, we introduce ourselves, have a little chat about being a car fan in the Staffordshire Moorlands, and get interrupted by Andrew’s mum! It’s all there though, the spiralling lanes, fifty-pound, snotters, and the right of passage that’s grown from car park crew to Fezi park cruise. Plus we pose the question, is the kind of car fan who doesn’t know an Escort Cosworth’s 4wd the kind of car fan you really want to be hanging around with?