Ever had a strange desire to get stuck on a floating metropolis with a television personality? Would you jump at the chance to meet Richard Rawlings, a rhinestone-studded Miller Lite can in human form? Well, have I found the cruise for you.
Watch a kickass beard drive the everloving shit out of a beautiful 1963 Ford Falcon and get chased by a donut-eating cop. Don’t worry, it’s not real street racing so you can enjoy these beautifully-filmed shenanigans guilt-free.
I’m a fairly car-obsessed 20-something. When I’m not researching ways to fix my own cars, I’m watching videos about cars. I’m no stranger to a shop and I find fart humor quite refreshing, pardon the pun. I’m exactly the demographic that networks want when they launch new car shows. Why, then, do I think they all suck?
An old friend of ours, coming home from the video shoot for Primus' "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver" back in 1990, was in a VW Rabbit that hit a telephone pole. May the same fate not befall Richard Rawlings on this year's Bullrun. His first vodcast is above — soundtracked by the early-'90s East Bay alternahit — and he's…